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SCRANT0N3:VICINITY 

JUSINESSa^STREET 

DIRECTORV. 
1893-4. 

^NTAINING A CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY, NEW 
AND IMPROVED STREET DIRECTORY, MAP PRINTED 
IN COLORS BY WARDS, A RECORD OF CITY 
GOVERNMENTS, FIRE AND POLICE DE- 
PARTMENTS, SOCIETY n CHURCH 
DIRECTORY AND OTHER 
MISCELLANEOUS CITY 
INFORMATION. 
.OGETHER WITH A BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF DUNMORE, 
DICKSON, OLYPHANT, PECKVILLE, WINTON, WINTON 
BOROUGH, ARCHBALD, MAYFIELD, JERMYN AND 
PRICEBURG, STATE AND UNITED STATES 
CENSUS PLATES, TABLES OF 
DIFFERENT KINDS, FARES 
AND DISTANCES, 
OUNTY AND STATE GOVERNMENTS, INTERESTING FACTS, 
TOILET AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS, &c. 

Oompliments of 

See Page 

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B. R. DOBBS, General Manager, 

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THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE PRINT. 



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220 L.acKa>vanna Avenue. ' 



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# PHYSICIANS' OPERATING TABLE 

Shop, Dix Alley, bet. Olive and Pine Streets, 
SCRA/STO/S, PA. 

E. F. ALTEMOSE, 



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Vehicles 



HORSE-SHOEING 

On the Most Approved Priuciples. 



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SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIBECTORV. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE. 

Aldermen 39 

Business Directory, Blaliely 216 

Buildings, Blocks and Halls 32 

Business Directory, Archbald . 215 

Business Directory, Dickson 217 

Business Directory, Dunmore . 206 

Business Directory, Jermyn 217 

Business Directory, Mayfield 220 

Busine.ss Directory, Olyphant . 211 
Business Directory, Peckville .... 222 
Business Directory, Priceburg... 221 

Business Directory, 8cranton 113 

Business Directory, Winton 225 

Business Directory, Winton Bor 224 

Calendar 5 

Cemetries 87 

Church Directory 88 

City Government 33 

Fares and Distances 91 

Fire Alarm. Boxes .* 49 

Fire Department 47 

Highland Park Map 105 

Index to Advertisers 6 

Interest Table Ill 

Interesting Facts 59 



PAGE. 

Lackawanna Co. Government... 41 
Penn. Commercial Paper Law 73 

Poincs of Interest 77 

Police Department 45 

Population of Connecticut 62 

Population, Foreign Cities 69 

Population of Illinois 70 

Population of Indiana 69 

Population of Massachusetts 61 

Population of New Jersey .... 65 

Population of New York 63 

Population of Ohio 68 

Population of Pennsylvania 67 

Population of the United States 71 

Postoffice Information 53 

Preface 4 

Scranton Map opp title page 

Sketch of Scranton 75 

Societies 79 

State Government 43 

Street Directory 9 

Table of Wages by the Week 109 

Toilet and Household Hints 101 

United States Government 43 

Weights and Measures 107 



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SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



PREFACE. 

The first issue of the Scranton City Business and Street Direc- 
tory is herewith presented to the public for their use and approval. 

Among the many features of this valu;ible work will be found a 
thorough and complete Classified Business Directory, new and im- 
proved Street Directory, a new map of the city, prepared expressly 
for this Directory and is a high grade of lithograph work, printed in 
colors. We have added a classified Business Directory of Dickson, 
Olyphant, Peckville, Winton, Archbald, Mayfield and Jermyn. 

Especial care has been taken to give every kind of business, how- 
ever small, in each town, that would instruct the public. 

To those who have aided us in the preparation of this work and 
the courtesies extended to our Agents and to the many patrons of 
the Directory, we return sincere thanks. 

Respectfully Yours. 

American Directory and Publishing Co., 

COMPILERS AND PUBLISHERS. 

Bridgeport, Conn,, November, 1893. 



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Parts of the City. 



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Clothing, Boots and Shoes, 

Watches, Jewelru, Gents' Fiirnishinas, Notions, ttc. 
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Fi"e Furnishing Goods at COLLINS ^ HACKETT 



220 Lacl<awanna Avenue 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



INDEX TO ADTERTISERS. 



Academy of Music Restaurant, page 3u 

Adams J. W., page 4fi 

Akerly S. E , page 40 

Altemose E. F., page 2 

American Directorj- and Publisliing Co., 

page 56 
Atherton George E., page U 
Aylsworth F. M.. page 28 
Barber I. T., page 72 
Bartl Edward A., page 48 
Beane Bros , opp pages 40 and 41 
Beaupre Henrj' J., page 110 
Beemer W. A. & Son, page 80 
Bell C. L., page 100 
Bell Ct. a., inside baclv cover 
Benton J. L , back cover 
Billingbam P. & Co., front col page viii 
Bird James, page 28 
Bird's Eye Ice Co., page 8 
Bolz Jacob, page 22 
Bourne & Durham, page '.»9 
Brlegel George A., page 4'.) 
Brown Calvin A., page 60 
Brown Geoi-ge W., page 8i> 
Canfleld P. L., page 108 
Carbondale Brewery, page ."H 
Carey Lizzie, page 47 
Carlucci Frank & Bro., page 24 
Chemberlin J. E., page 2 
Christian Science Institute, page 38 
Clancy P. D.. page 44 

Colliery Engineer Co., The, back col page b 
Collins James, page 43 
Collins & Hackett, top lines 
Commonwealth Lumber Co., back cover 
Consumers' Ice Co., front cover 
Conway House, page 81 
David Oliver, page 8!i 
Davis Berton E., page 13 
Davis S. D., page 94 
Davis W. C, page 38 
Davis & Houpt, top lines 
Davitt J. H., page 78 
Dean R. C, page 72 
Decker F. M., page 28 
Duffin Mary, Miss, page 14 
Dunn B. F., page 66 
Durr's Hotel, page -52 
Edwards W. R., page 28 
Eilenberger H. H., page 109 
Elmhurst Land Plot, front col page ill 
Enterprise Steam Laundry, page 4 
Eureka Laundry Co., front cover 
Farrell M., page 36 
Ferguson & Doyle, page 93 
Fidiam James, page 38 
Florey & Holt, page 14 



I Flynn Owen, page 42 
Forseman Robert, page 10 
Forest Castle Hotel, page 89 
Frantz A., page 12 
Frey Henry, page 22 
Fuhr Frank, page 69 
Garber Philip, page 52 
Geble Mrs , page 44 
Geigle John, page 26 
Gibbons & Nolan , page 85 
Gifford M. H., front col page x 
Gilgallon P. H., page 68 
Gisner & Driscoll, page 86 
Grampp A., page 14 
Gray John H., page 20 
Great 4-Cent Store, page 48 
Greaves Walter, page 96 
Green Joseph, front col page x 
Greb Charles, page 106 
Grewer E., Dr., page 76 
Griffin John, page 8 
Grove Elnaer, page 92 
Hall C. E., page 39 
Hannon R. C, page .38 
Harau Luke, page 34 
Harrison I., page 26 
Hart & Ottinger, page 70 
Haslana Stock Yards, front col page vili 
Halstead N., page 108 
Hazlett C. H., front col page xi 
Helmes Curtis E., page 95 
Hewett F. H. & Son, page 72 
Hoff E. R., page91 
Hoffecker H. H., page 1(J6 
Hopewell H. U., page lOS 
Horton A., Mrs , page 22 
Houser C. W., page 107 
Hunt & Connell Co., inside fi'ont cover 
Jackson H. T , page 11 
Jadwin's Real Estate Agency, pages 104 

and 10.5 
James T. R.. page 14 
Jermyn Press, page 94 
Johnson John E., page 21 
Jones Fred. R. , page 60 
Jones Lincoln A., back cover 
Jones & Cahoon, page 30 
Keller Luther, front cover 
Keller M. T., page 77 
Keeley Institute, front cover 
Kerr & Siebecker, front col page vi 
Ketcham W. P., front col page viii 
Keystone Steam Dye Works, page 81 
Kinback J. F., page 60 
King Sarah L., Mrs., page 22 
Kohl John D., page 36 
Kossmann Jacob, page 2k 



This Directory will tell you many things you want to know 



I=:E^ICE, 5^1.00. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS. 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS— Continued. 



Krantz Peter, page *"> 

Kreinburg & Pfahler, page 10:i 

Krotzer & Biesecker, page 42 

Lacey T. I. & Son, top lines 

Lamaze Edward, page 18 

L'Amoureaux Frances, Miss, page 03 

IjEckawanna Hardware ('o., front col page 

xii 
Lackawanna Steam Laundry, map 
Ladwig J. H., page 48 
Lauer & Marks, page -iS 
Lavin M. J., page 110 
Lennon J. A., page 110 
Letchworth T. P., page 40 
Levy N. B. & Bro., top lines 
Loveland W. T., page 4'2 
Lowrie R. E., page b 
McSherry & Co., back col page A 
McClintock T. B., page 87 
McKnight George M., page 78 
McMillan Bros., page 98 
Mack & McLean, page 24 
Mae's Book Store, page 2fl 
Mansion House, page lOl 
Mark wick Bros., page 18 
Mayfleld House, page 101 
Meadow Brook Land Co., front col page iv 
Megargee Bros., page 50 and back cover 
Megargel E. A., page IS 
Miess T. G., page .57 
Milnes George W., front cover 
Moeller B^ank, page (iS 
Monies G. B. & A. C, page 8 
Moody's Boarding House, page 60 
Moody P. O., page 6.5 
Morahan Michael, page 6fi 
Morgan B. G., page 96 
Morgan H. L., page 24 
Moyer Prank M., page 9 
Muldoon & Bowe, page 10 
Mulley Ambrose, front col page vii 
Nealon Philip, page 38 
Nealous W. J., page 40 
Neave William, page 24 
Nicholson C. A., page 14 
North Park Floral Garden, page .S7 
Nothacker Albert, page 28 
Novelty Iron Works, front col pagi- v 
Olyphant Gazette, page 110 
Olyphant Record, back col page A 
Olyphant Trust Co., page 110 
Osterhout W. D. & Son, page 40 
Pabst George, page 8;^ 
Palmer R. W., page :M 
Paragon Plaster & Supply Co., top lines 
Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., page iiii 
Pennsylvania Roofing Co., page .52 
Philipp Max, page 98 
Phillips George & Co., top lines 
Pierce W. H., page 82 
Pinkney H., page 42 
Porter T. H. & Bro., page 24 
Post R. F., page 74 
Providence Mill Co., page 12 
Reagan T. P., page 2.5 
Reese & Mnrphy, page 26 



Reilly M. F., page .52 

Reformer (newspaperj, page 'A 

Reinhard Charles, page 79 

Revels Henry, page 100 

Reynolds Fred, page 4S 

Rice, Levy & Co. , page .50 

Rittenhouse .7. H., front col page xi 

Roberts Thomas, page 94 

Robinson E. & Sons, page 16 

Ross W. F., page 41 

.Sauquoit .Silk Manufacturing Co., page 30 

St. James Hotel, page .52 

Scheuer Bros., page 20 

Schoonmaker & Hand, front col page iii 

Seism John, page 66 

Scranton Bedding Co., front col page vi • 

Scran ton Brewing Co., page 51 

Scranton Commercial Association, top lines 

Scranton Employment OflBce, page 14. 

Scranton Photo Supply Co., page 60 

Scranton Republican, page 64 

Scranton Tribune, front col page ix 

Scranton Wochenblatt, page .55 

Scranton Wood Working Co. Ltd., page 75 

Siegel J. Frank, front col page x 

Simpson John, page 38 

Simpson Snaith, page 98 

Slack C. P., page 34 

Smith C. L., page 10 

Smith J., Boruch & Didik Co., page 96 

.Sommers J. C. page 15 

Spathelf Christ, page 78 

Stipp Peter, page 32 

Summers C. A., front col page xi 

Sunday Free Press, page 54 

Swick & Vail, page 94 

Sykes Sam, page 74 

Taylor R, J., agent, page 108 

Teeter C. L., Blue Stone Co., back col page A 

Tennant A. W., page 102 

Tiffany A. E., page 102 

Tisdel L. W., page 26 
Traviss Z. P., inside back cover 
Tripp M. A.. Mrs., page 3 
Tuttle J. C, page 50 

Vail J. W., front cover 

Van Valin C. L., page 24 

Walsh E. J., front cover 

Walsh T. F., page 10(i 

Warner J. C, page 14 

Washburn L. M., Mrs., page 88 

Watts T. H. Co. Lim., front col page xi 

Webster W. D., page 44 

Westpfahl Jonn, page 16 

Wightman H. J., front col page x 

Will W. F.. page 37 

Williams & McAnult.v, page .5S 

Williams David Y., page 20 

Williams Edwin S. , page 17 

Williams J. D. & Bro., page 44 

Williams L. P., page 45 

Williams W. W., page 90 

Woodward Bros., page .54 

Wood's Business College, inside back cover 

Wymbs J. J., page 16 

Young Herman \V., page 111 

Youths' Magazine, page 60 

Ziegler & Sduimacher, page 71 



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THE* BIRD'S* EYE* ICE* CO 

JOHN GRIFFIN, Prop. 

428 Deaoon Street. 



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LOW 




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QUICK 



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Opposite D. & H. Depot. 



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DAVIS & HOUPT, Architects, 



24, 25 and 26 Commonwealth 
Building, 
SORANTON, PA. 



Scranton himi ^ ftvenue Direciorii. ' 

This Street and Avenue Directory is arranged alphabetically by Streets, Avenues, 
Courts, Places, etc., and gives the location of all the streets, avenues, etc.; showing the 
number at which said streets, avenues, etc., cross or Intersect with other streets. It also 
gives the Ward each street is located in, which will be of much help in looking up a 
street from the map. 



Academy, from 222 S. 
Hyde Park av. N. 
W . to S . Rebecca a v . , 
ward 5. 
Adams av., from 537 
E. Lack'a ave N. E. 
crossing city line at 
Poplar, to Electric 
av. Dunmore, wards 
17 and 9. 
147 Spruce 
247 Linden 
.345 Mulberrj' 
451 Vine 
543 Olive 
641 Pine 
749 Gibson 
851 Myrtle 
950 Ash 
1036 Poplar (city 

line) 
1140 Walnut 

— Larch 

— New York 

— Marion 

— Green Ridge 

— Delaware 
Albright av., from 

886 Providence road 
N. B. to 232 Green 
Ridge, wards 21, 2 
and 13. 
1112 Grove 
1139 Court 
1225 Nay- Aug av 
1327 Glen 
1472 Marion 
Alder, from Roaring 
brook 8. E. to Mea- 
dow av., wards 11 
and 19. 

322 Cedar av 
451 Pittston av 
540 Prospect av 
640 Stone av 
740 Irving av 
838 Crown av 
938 Stafford av 
.\inelia av., from 
Race N. E. to 19 W. 
Parker, ward 1. 
Anthony av., from 
528 Gordon S. E. to 
D. & H. R. R., ward 
16. 
Anthracite, from 



Remington av.S. W 
to Pittston t u r n - 
pike, ward 20. 

Arch, from N. Main 
av. W., ward 2. 

Arthur av., from 
Linden N.E. to Myr- 
tle, ^va^ds 10 and 17. 

. 400 Mulberry 

♦ 500 Vine 
600 Olive 
TOO Pine 
800 Gibson 

Arthur, from D. & H. 
railroad N. to 2428 
N . Main av. , ward 1. 

Ash, from Lacka- 
wanna river S. E. 
t o Matthew a v . , 
wards 7, 9 and 10. 

— Ward av 

— Monsey av 
137 Capouse av 
217 Penn av 

330 N Wyoming 

av 
436 N. Washing- 
ton av 
539 Adams av 
629 Jefferson av 
721 Madison av 
831 Monroe av 
927 Quincy av 
1035 Clay av 

— N. Irving av 

— Prescott av 

— Ridge av 

— Cross av 

— Paul av 

— Johnav 

— .Joseph av 

— .lames av 

— Luke av 

— Marlt av 
Asweli ot., from Ox- 
ford S.W. to Fellows 
wards 5 and 15. 

Atherton, from Ed- 
na av. N. W. to 2106 
Wayne av., ward 1. 

Avenue A, from 2243 
Jackson S. W ., ward 
21. 

Avenue B, from 2427 



Jackson S., ward 21. 

Avenue D, from 2765 
Jackson S.W. , ward 
21. 

Back rd., see Keyser 
av. 

Ballon, from Leg- 
gett's N. E. to D. & 
H. land, ward 3. 

Bancroft av., from 
E. Elm S. W. to 
Palm, ward 19. 

— Locust 

— Brook 

— Cherrj- 
-Fig 

Bank, from 210 Jeffer- 
son av. E. to 732 
Linden, ward 17. 

Beaumont av., from 

426 Cayuga N. E. to 
Laurel, ward 2. 

Beddoe ct., N. E. 
from Lafayette to 
Garfield av., ward 4. 

Beech, ft'om Water 
S. E. to Prince 
Charles, wai'ds 11 
and 19. 

— S. Washing- 

ton av 

— Remington av 

— Slocum 
340 Cedar av 
440 Pittston av 
ij36 Prospect av 
644 Stone av 
740 S. Irving av 
840 Crown av 

— Stafford av 

— Meadow av 

— Moltke av 

— Blucher av 

— Froude av 

— Rollin av 

— Miller av 

— Groteav 

— Berlin av 

-- Bancroft av 

— Bismarck av 

— KIngWilliam 

av 
Beech ct., fm. Lack- 



awanna river to 121 
Maple, ward 11. 

Bellevue pi., from 
Lackawanna river 
N.W. to 711 S. Main 
av., ward 15. 

Belmont tei-., from 
Rockwell place to 
Spring, ward 1. 

Bennett, from Paw- 
nee N.E. to Seneca, 
ward 3. 

Bergen ct., from 
Maple S. W. to Pear, 
wards 11 and 20. 

Berlin, from E. Elm 
S. W. to Palm, ward 
19. 

— Locust 

— Broad 

— Cherrj- 
-Fig 

Birch, from Water 
S.E. to Lackawan- 
na twp., wards 11 
and 19. 

— S. Washing- 

ton av 
348 dedar av 
448 Pittston av 
544 Prosjject av 
646 Stone av 
739 S. Irving av 
848 Crown av 

— Stafford av 

— Meadow av 
- Moltke av 

— Blucher av 

— Froude av 

— Rollin av 

— Miller av 

— Grote av 

— Berlin av 

— Bancroft av 

— Bismarck av 

— KingWilliam 

av 

— PrinceOharles 



Birney av., from 
Gibbons S.W. to 




FRANK M. MOVER 

CARPENTER and 
BUILDER^^ 

JOstI mates given on all classes of work. 

Plans and Specifications drawn to order. 

Jobbing promptly attendedjto. 

SHOP AT*n OFKICK : 

Bear 320 No. Wafihington ATe./Soraiiton,:Pa 

2 



'*'''''' ?."oTAli°llT.tt.. COLLINS & HACKETT 

10 SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

'Westminster Stables 

C. L. SMITH, Proprietor. 



Board ingll^^^^B Stables 



Special Attention Paid to Gentlemen's Road Horses. 
First Class Carriages to let at all hour^s. 

221 & 223 Oakford Court, Scranton, Pa. 

MAN 



Carpenter ^ Builder. 

No contract too large and none 
too small to receive my prompt at- 
tention. Estimates furnished for 
all classes of work. Jobbing attend- 
ed to promptly. 

81-^ Myrtle Street, 




MULDOON & BOWE 

Cut Stone and Flagging 



AND eXNKBAL BEAI^EB IV 
Alil, KINDS OF 



And all kinds of Heavy 
Stone Masonry 



ESTIMATES PROMPTLY FURNISHED 
, ON APPLICATION 



Office and y akd 

CORNER OF PENN AVE. AND POPLAR STREE .. 



Lime, Cement ^ Plaster, '"''^Tol^^Ti^i.^r:-:.'^ 



SCRANTON STREET AND AVENUE DIRECTORY. 



11 



Lackawanna twp., 
ward 20. 

— Clover 

— Saginaw 

— Duncan 

— Campbell 

— Sanders 
liirtley ct., from Oak 

S.W., ward 2. 
Hisniarck av., from 
E. ElmS.E.toPalm, 
ward 19. 

— Locust 

— Brook 

— Cherry 

— Fig 

Hlair av., from D., 
L. &W. landN.E. to 
Lackawanna river, 
ward 2. 

Hlickens c-t., from 
Schnell pi. to Swet- 
land, ward 14. 

Klock, from 1832 Mc- 
Donough av. NE. 
to 1833 Bloom av., 
ward a. 

Bloom H V . , fro m 
Cayuga N.E. to 5.51 
W. Market, ward 3. 

— Warren 

— Laurel 

— Block 

— Oak 
Bluclier av., from 

Locust S. W. to 
Palm, ward 19. 

— Brook 

— Cherry 
-Fig 

Boulevard, from 
Sanderson av. N.E. 
to Blakely twp., 
ward 1. 

Breaker, ft-om 1758 
Nay-Aug av. S E. to 
1800 Sanderson av., 
ward 2. 

— Ross av 

— Meylert av 
424 Von Storch av 
524 Dickson av 

Breck, from Reming- 
ton S.E. to Stafford 
av., ward 20. 
"^^ 848 Cedar av 
448 Pittston av 
548 Prospect av 
040 Stone av 
740 S. Irving av 

— Crown av 



l:reck ct. , from 422 
Linden to Gibson, 
wards 8 and 16, 
Breck blk., from 327 

Forest ct., ward 16. 
Brick av. , from .553 
Putnam N.E. to 
Leggett's creek 
shaft, ward 2. 

1656 Cayuga 

1724 Warren 

1750 Green 

1790 Oak 

1834 W. Market 

1928 William 

201b Spring 

— W. Parker 
Bridge, from Lacka- 
wanna av. bridge S. 
W. toD. &H. R. R., 
ward 8. 

Broil ley a v. (S ), | 
from 1225 Jackson i 
S.W. to Washburn, 
ward 5. 

Bromley av. (N.), 
from 1224 Jackson 
N.E. to Pettebone, 
ward 4 
138 Price 
236 Lafayette 
370 Swetland 

Brook, from Lacka- 
wanna river S E. to 
Roaring brook twp., 
wards 19 and 20. 

— S. Washing- 

ton av 

— Remington av 
342 Cedar av 

440 Pittston av 
536 Prospect av 
645 Stone av 
740 S. Irving av 
840 Clown av 
940 Stafford av 
1040 Meadow av 

— Moltke av 

— Blucher av 

— Froude av 

— Rollin av 

— Miller av 

— Grote av 

— Berlin av 

— Bancroft av 

— Bismarck av 

— King William 

av 

— PrinceCharles 

av 

Brown'.s pi., from 

417 Chestnut N.W. 



to 422 N. Main av., 
ward 14. I 

Buenzlict,, from 1300 
block Linden N.E. 
to Dunmore, wards 

10 and 7. 
Campbell, from Ce- 
dar av. to Winfield, 
ward 20. 

— Birney av 

— Pittston av 
Capouseav., fromE. 

Carbon N.E. to B. 
Market, wards 2, 7 
and 13. 

736 Gibson 
830 New 
866 Phelps 
861 Green's pi 
938 Ash 
1040 Poplar 
1140 Walnut 
1234 Larch 
1378 New York 
1442 Marion 
1560 Green Ridge 
1662 Delaware 
Carbon (E.), from 
Lackawanna river 
S.E. to Capouse av., 
wards 7 and 16. 
Carbon ("W.), from 
Lackawanna river 
N. VV'. to Diamond 
breaker, ward 21. 
Carey pi., from Third 
N.W. to Fourth, 
ward 6. 
Caroline av., from 
Lafayette N.E. to 
Pettebone, ward 4. 

Carter, from Parker 
N.E. to Boulevard, 
ward 1. 

Cftyuga, from 1660 
Brick av. N.W. to 
Cayuga breaker, 
wards 2 and 3. 

— Beaumont av 
430 McDonough 

av 
524 Bloom av 
Cedar av., from Mat- 
tes S.W. to Lacka- 
wanna -twp., wards 

11 and 20. 

500 Hickorv 
600 Alder 
700 Willow 
800 Birch 
900 Beech 



1000 Maple 
1100 E. Elm 
1200 Locust 
1300 Brook 
1400 Cherr\' 
1500 Fig 
1600 Palm 
1700 Pear 
1800 Genet 
1900 Breck 

— Ripple 

— Gibbons 

— Saginaw 

— Duncan 

— Campbell 

— Sanders 

Cemetery, from 800 
N. Main av. N.W. 
to R. C. cemetery, 
ward 21. 

Centre, from Lacka- 
wanna river S.E. to 
1 13 N. Wyoming av. , 
ward 8. 

.50 Mifflin av 
116 Franklin av 
232 Penn av 

Cbarles, frora Mar- 
vine N.W. to Lack- 
awanna valley coal 
land, ward 1. 
196 Frank 

— George 

— Peter 

— Lewis 

Clierry, from Rem- 
ington av. S.E. to 
Roaring Brook 
twp., wards .19 and 
20. 

.332 Cedar av 
442 Pittston av 
540 Prospect av 
640 Stone av 
740 S. Ir\-ing av 
840 Crown av 
940 Stafford av 
1040 Meadow av 

— Moltke av 

— Blucher av 

— Froude av 

— Rollin av 

— Miller av 

— Grote av 

— Berlin av 

— Bancroft ar 

— Bismarck av 

— King William 

av 

— PrinceCharles 

av 

Cherry pi., from 122:3 




H. T. JrtGKSON, 



DEALEK IN 



Fresh and Salt Meats of All Kinds. 

POULTRY AND GAME IN SEASON. 
SCRANTON, F»A, 



FINE TROUSERS AT 
220 Lackawanna Avenue. 



COLLINS & HACKETT 



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SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Star Livery and Dray Stables, 

GEORGE E. ATHERTON, Proprietor. 



1507 

NORTH MAIN 

AVENUE. 




PHO/SE: 
3182 



Good Horses and Easy Riding 
Carriages 

AT REASOiSIABLEI PRICES. 



COIvm^ AND SEE US. 




A. FRANTZ, 

DEALER IN 

GROCERIES and PROVISIONS, 

Cigars, Tobacco, Patent 

Medicine, Etc. 

821 CKDAR AVKNUK. 

]Sr. B. — Also a fine line of Staple Dry 
Goods. 



rrovidence: mii-l. co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

-^FEED, MEAL AND CRACKED CORNi^ 

DEALERS IN 

OATS, BRAN, MIDDLINGS. HAY, STRAW, CUT HAY, K 



C. M. MAYNARD, Manager. 

2420 to 2428 AMELIA AVENUE, (Opposite Agricultural Grounds), SCRANTON, PA. 

Correspondence solicited. Telephone, 5220, 



N. B. LEVY & BRO. 



WHOLESALE JEWELERS, 

XOAL EXCHANGE. 



SCR ANTON STREET AND AVENUE DIRECTORY. 



13 



Capouse av. N.W. to 
Sanderson av., ward 
13. 

Chestnut, from 928 
Scranton N. E. to 
Howell, wards 5 and 
14. 

119 Jackson 
137 Price 
233 Lafayette 
317 W. Lacka- 
wanna av 
419 Brown's ct 
453 Swetland 

Christ ct., from Ox- 
ford S.W. to Fel- 
lows, wards 5 ahd 
15. 

Church av.,fromVon 
Storch land N B. to 
139 W. Market, ward 
t. 

Clark, from Leggett's 
N.E. to Creek, ward 
3. 

Clark (W.), from VM 
N. Main av. to D., 
L. & W. railroad, 
ward 2. 

Clark pi., from 323 
N. Main av., ward 
4. 

Clay av., from 1035 
Linden N.E. to Dun- 
more, wards 10, 17 
and 19. 

— Mulberry 

— Vine 

— Olive 

— Pine 

— Gibson 

— Myrtle 

— Ash 

— Poplar 
Cleveland ave., from 

Linden N.E. to be- 
yond Myrtle, wards 
10 and 17. 

— Mulberry 

— Vine 

— Olive 

— Pine 

— Gibson 
Clift", from Lacka- 
wanna av. bridge S. 
W., ward 8. 

Clinton pi., from 414 
Adams av., ward 9. 

Clover, from 1333 Iron 
N.W. toD., L. &W. 
land, ward 20. 



Coar pi., from Lack- 
awanna river to 
Railroad av., ward 
18. 

Colfax av. , from Lin- 
den N.E. to Myrtle, 
wards 10 and 17. 

— Mulberrj' 

— Vine 

— Olive 

— Pine 

— Gibson 
Columbia av., from 

1800 N. "Washington 
av. N.W. to Boule- 
vard, wards 2 and 1 . 

Company, from Jes- 
sup av.N.W. to D., 
L. & W. land, ward 
21. 

Costello ct.,from 1000 
block Linden N.E. 
to Duninore, wards 
9 and 17. 

Cottage av., from D., 
L. & W. land N. E. 
to the Lackawanna 
river, ward 2. 

Court, from 1139 Al- 
bright av. N.W. to 
D.,L.&W. railroad, 
ward 2. 

— Meade av 

— Blair av 

— Diamond av 

— Short av 

— Providence rd 

— N. Main av 

— Summit av 
Cx-eek, from Clark 

N W. to Leggett's 
creek, ward 3. 

Crocker, from Paw- 
nee N.E. to D., L. & 
W. railroad, ward 
3. 

Cross, from Silkman 
land N.E. to Dun- 
more, ward 10. 

Crossin ct,, from La- 
fayette to Pettebone, 
ward 4. 

Crown av., from 
Front S. W. to Lack- 
awanna twp., wards 
12, 19 and 20. 

— Moosic 
— ■ Hemlock 

— Orchard 

— River 
440 Hickory 



.534 Alder 

632 Willow 

730 Birch 

829 Beech 

931 Maple 
10.5.5 E. Elm 
11.36 Locust 
1236 Brook 
1334 Cherry 
1432 Fig 
1.5.30 Palm 
1630 Pear 
1730 Genet 
1832 Breck 

— Ripple 

— Gibbons 

— O'Hara 

— School 
Coyne pi., from .500 

block Adams av. S. 
E. to Kressler ct., 
ward 9. 
Cusick av., from 
Leach land N.E. to 
623 W. Market, ward 

18.34 Oak 

Oeacon, fm. Knapp's 
ct. S.E. to 1931 San- 
derson av., ward 1. 

Dean, from Amelia 
av. N.W. to 2374 N. 
Main av., ward 1. 

Decker's ct., from 
1124 Lafayette N.E. 
to Pettebone; also 
from Washburn to 
Fellows, ward 4. 

Delaware, fm. Dick- 
son av. S.E. to Dun- 
more, ward 13. 
634 Sanderson av 
736 Monsey av 
•824 Capouse av 

— Penn av 

— N. Wyoming 

av 

— N. Washing- 

ton av 
Dennis ct.. from 

Page pi., ward 8. 
Depot, from Amelia 

av. N.W. to 2338 

Pond, ward 1. 
Diaiiioiid av., from 

992 Providence rd. 

N.E. to Jones, wards 

2 and 21. 
1228 Court 

— Wood 
Dickson av., from 



Glen N.E. to 528 E. 

Market, wards 2 and 

13. 
1463 Marion 
1.568 Green Ridge 
1666 Delaware 

— Breaker 
Division, from 236 

S. Main av. N.W. 
to Twenty -second, 
ward 5. 

— S. Hyde Park 

av 

— Twelfth 

— MuUien 

— Thirteenth 

— Fourteenth 

— Garfield av 

— Sixteenth 

— Seventeenth 

— Eighteenth 

— Nineteenth 

— Twentieth 

— Twenty-first 
Dix ct., from Linden 

N.E. to Poplar, 
ward 9. 

Dodse ct., from 117 
Fifth av. to Lacka- 
wanna river, ward 6. 

Donnelly rt., from 
Front J3.W. to city 
line, wards 12, 19 
and 20. 

l»owdell ct., from 
Fellows N.E. to 
Fifth av., ward 6. 

Duncan, from Cedar 
av.S.E.toWinfield, 
ward 20. 

— Birney av 

— Pittston av 
Durkin, from Leg- 
gett's N.E. to Wales, 
ward 1. 

Edith av. , from Mary 

N.E.to Wales, wards 

1 and 3. 
Edna av. , from Ath- 

erton N.E. to W. 

Parker, ward 1. 

— Spring 
-Hill 

Edwards ct., from 
1000 block Jackson 
S. W. to Fellows, 
wards 5 and 15. 

Edwin ot,, from Di- 
vision S.W. to Sadie 
pi., ward 5. 

Eighth fN.). from 726 




BERTON E. DAVIS, 

CONTRACTOR 
AND BUILDER 

Estimates furnished for all kinds of 

Buildings. 

Jobbing promptly attended to. 

Also dealer in all kinds of LUMBER. 

OFFICE: 

CORNER NAY-AUG AVE. & GREEN 
RIDGE ST., SCRANTON, PA. 



220 Lackawanna Avenue. ^''JLLI No QL HAbKLTT 




14 SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIREOTOKY. 

C. A. NICHOLSON^ 

1309 Capouse Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 
Painter and 

DEALER IN 

Wall Paper, Paints, Varnishes 
and Brushes. 

Prepared Paints a specialty. 

jr~Cr~WARNE:R, 

LIVERY ^ HACK STABLES, 

1533 CAPOUSE AVENUE, SCRANTON, PA. 

Landaus, Coupes and 
Coaches to Let at all times. 

. Carriage service a specialty. 
Telephone Call, 5240. 

T R lAMT^ Graining a^d House Painting 

I I Hi J ft III t U I In ull its branches. 

Estimates furnished. All work guaranteed. 

1818 Wayne Avenue, SCRANTON, PA. 




Scranton BniDloijiiieni) floencu, 



310 
Adams Avenue. 

Good Reliable Help Furnished at Short Notice. 

:F^a.sliiorLa."ble Dress IvIa-l^irLg" Fa.rlors. 

MISS MARY DUFFIN. 



fl. GRflMPP, 




RRACXICAL 
"TAILOR, 

1544 DICKSON AVENUE, Green Ridge, SCRANTON, PA. 

Fit, style and good workmanship guaranteed. 
Dyeing, Cleaning, Altering and Repairing at Lovyest Possible Prices. 

FLO-REg 3c HOLT, 

Cleveland and Premier Cycle Agency, 

The largest and most complete line of BICYCLES in the city. Guns and Ammunition, 
also a full line of Sporting, Gymnasium and Athletic Goods, Fishing Tackle, Nickel 
Plating and Pneumatic Refitting a specialty. 

408 SPRUCE STREET, SCRANTON, PA. 



Money Remitted the Very Day Collected s™toiiimradai toc'n 



SCRANTON STREET AND AVENUE DIRECTORY. 



15 



W.Lackawannaav. 
N.B. to Swetland, 
ward 14. 
Eighth (S.), from Ox- 
ford S.W. to Fel- 
lows, wards 5 and 
15. 

— Luzerne 

Eighteenth, from 
Division S.W. to 
Fellows; wards 5 
and 15. 

Electric av., from 
Sanderson av. S.E. 
to Dunmore, ward .3. 

Elm (E.), from 1030 
Water S.E. to Roar- 
ing Brook township, 
wards 11, 19 and 20. 
140 S. Washing- 
ton av 
240 Remington 

av 
352 Cedar av 
443 Pittston av 
.540 Prospect av 
640 Stone av 
740 S. Irving av 
840 Crown av 
940 Staflford av 
104!) Meadow av 

— Moltke av 

— Blucher av 

— Froude av 

— Rollin av 

— Miller av 

— Grote av 

— Berlin av 

— Bancroft av 

— Bismarck av 

— KingWilliam 

av 

— PrinceCharles 

av 
Elm (W.), from Mer- 
idian N.W. to 800 S. 
Main av., ward 15. 

— S. Ninth 

Emmet, from 114 
Fifth av. N.W. to 
213 Railroad av., 
ward 18. 
3;^7 Fourth 
419 Fifth 

Engle ct., from 1600 
block Ash N.E. to 
Dunmore, ward 10. 

Erie pi., from 900 
block Adams av. S. 
E. to Kressler ct., 
ward 9. 



Erin, from Keyser 
av. S.E. to Cayuga 
breaker, ward 3. 

Evaiis ct., from 1213 

Lafayette N.E. to 

Pettebone, ward 4. 

110 Jackson 

124 Price 

233 Lafayette 

— Swetland 
Everett av. (N.), fm. 

1832 Jackson S.W. 
to 1834 Washburn, 
ward 4. 
Everett av. (S.), fm. 
1831 Jackson N.W. 
to Washburn, ward 
5. 
Evnoii, from 623 Mer- 
idian N.W. to Four- 
teenth, ward 15. 
550 Eighth 
822 S. Ninth 
1010 S. Main av 

— Twelfth 
Falrview av., from 

103 Lonegran pi. N. 
E. to 913 W. Lacka- 
wanna av., ward 14. 

Farher ct., from 1400 
block Linden N.E 
to Dunmore, wards 
10 and 17. 

Farvievv, from 1500 
N. Main av. to D., 
L. & W. railroad, 
ward 2. 

Fellows, from 444 
Third N.W. to Nine- 
teenth, ward 15. 
315 Fourth 

— Meridian 

— Eighth 

— S. Ninth 

— Tenth 

— S. Main av 

— S. Hyde Park 

av 

— Twelfth 

— Thirteenth 

— Fourteenth 

— Fifteenth 

— Sixteenth 

— Seventeenth 

— Eighteenth 
Fellows plot, from 

424 S. Main av., 
ward 15. 
Ferdinand, from 1600 
N. Main av. to Brick 
av., ward 2. 



Fifteenth, from 1428 
Division S.W. to 
Fellows, wards 5 
and 15. 

•336 Luzerne 
Fiftli av. , from Lack- 
awanna river N.W. 
to 304 Railroad av., 
wards 6 and 18. ! 

100 First 
114 Emmet 
122 Second 
220 Third 
320 Fourth 
430 Fifth 
Fifth, from 432 Em- 
met S.W. to 428 Lu- 
zerne, wards 6 and 
18. 

326 Fifth av 
Fiar, from Remington 
av. N.B. to Roaring 
brook twp., wards 
19 and 20. 

340 Cedar av 
440 Pittston av 
544 Prospect av 
640 Stone av 
740 S. Irving av 
840 Crown av 
940 Stafford av 
lOJO Meadow av 

— Moltke av 

— Blucher av 

— Froude av 

— Rollin av 

— Miller av 

— Grote av 

— Berlin av 

— Bancroft av 

— Bismarck av 

— KingWilliam 

av 

— PrinceCharles 

av 
Fillmore av. CS,), 
from 1729 Jackson 
N.E. to Pettebone, 
ward 4. 
loO Price 
227 Lafayette 
371 Swetland 
Fillmore av. (S.), 
from 1726 Jackson 
S.W. to Washburn, 
ward 5. 
First, from 107 Fifth 
av. S. to Lacka- 
wanna river, ward 6 

Fordham, from Mar- 
ion to New York, 
ward 13. 



Forest ct., from 317 
Gibson N.E. toPine, 
wards 8 and 16. 

Fourteenth, from 
1515 Washington av. 
S.W. to Eynon, 
wards 5 and 15. 

— Academy 

— Division 

— Luzerne 

— Fellows 

— Hampton 
Fourth, from 327 Em- 
met S.W. to Belle- 
vue pi., wards Band 
18. 

— Fifth av 

— Luzerne 

— Fellows 
Frank, from Wells 

N.E. to Wilber, 
ward 1. 
Franklin av. , from 
118 E. Lackawanna 
av. N.E. to 200 Vine. 
wards 8 and 16. 

115 Centre 

141 Spruce 

249 Linden 

349 Mulberry 
Frink, from Back rd. 
N.W. to Avenue D, 
ward 21. 
Front, from Pittston 
av. S.E. to Meadow 
av., ward 12. 

— Prospect av 

— Stone av 

— S. Irving av 

— Crown av 

— Stafford av 
Froude av., from Lo- 
cust S.W. to Palm 
ward 19. 

— Brook 

— Cherry 

— Fig 

Fry av. , from Gibson 
to Sanders, ward 20. 

Flvnn pi,, from 
Ninth N.W. to 
Chestnut, ward 14. 

Fulton, from Swee- 
ney N.W. to Ruane, 
ward 3. 

Gallagher ct., from 
Front S.W. to city 
line, wards 12, 19 
and 20. 

Giirdner av., from 
1400 Nay-Aug av . 




..J. C. SOMMERS.. 

• • • 
General BlackStTlith 

- .. ^"d Wheelwright. 

Horseshoeing Jobbing Promptly 
a Specialty. Attended to. 

1261 Providence Road, 
Scranton, Pa. 



**''*'*?2o'LackawIitiL'A^enSe. GOLLINS & HACKETT 

16 SCBANTON CITY BUSINESS DIBECTOBY. 

JOHN WESTPFAHL, 



DEALBE IN 



General Merchandise, 

629 & 631 Pittston Avenue, 
SCRArslTOINI, PENN'A. 

E. ROBINSON'S SONS, 



MANUFACTUBBRg OF THE 



Celebrated Pilsener Lager Beer 



SCRANTON, PA, 



J. J. WYMBS, 

Livery, Sale and 

Boarding Stables, 

228 & 230 Forest Court, 

Horses, Harness, Buggies and Coaclies 
for sale at all times. 




This Directory will tell you many things you want to know 

I^I^ICIE, $1.00. 



SCRANTON STREET AND AVENUE DIRECTORY. 



N.E. to 124 Green 
Ridge, ward 13. 
1429 Marion 
Garfield ay. (N.), 
from 1622 Jackson 
N.E. to Pettebone, 
ward 4. 
126 Price 
222 Lafayette 
368 S wetland 
Garfield av. (S.) 
from 1623 Jackson 
S.W. to Division, 
ward 5. 
Genet, from Scranton 
steel works S.E. to 
Crown av,, ward 20. 

433 Cedar av 

— Prospect av 

— Stone av 

— S. Irving av 
Georee, from Leg- 

gett's creek N.E. to 
Genet land, ward 1. 

Geraldine ct., frorrt 
Lafayette to Pette- 
bone, ward 4. 

Gibbons, from Cedar 
av. S.E. to Stafford 
av., ward 20. 

— Pittston av 

— Prospect av 

— Stone av 

— S. Irving av 

— Crown av 
Gibson, from 800 Ca- 

pouse av. S.E. to 

Hendricks av., 

wards 7, 9, 10 and 16. 

339 N. Wyoming 

av 

434 N. Washing- 

ton av 
533 Adams av 
621 Jefferson av 
737 Madison av 
S26 Monroe av 
923 Quincy av 
1027 Clay av 
1127 Webster av 
1227 Taylor av 

— N. Irving av 

— Prescott av 

— Harrison av 

— Wheeler av 

— Colfax av 

— Arthur av 

— Cleveland av 
Gilbert, from Leach 

N.W. to Rock, ward 
3. 

— Rockwell 



— Durkin 

— Ballou 

Giles, from 1522 N. 
Main av., ward 2. 

Gilmore av., from 
Glover S.W. to 
Lackawanna twp., 
ward 20. 

— Saginaw 

— Duncan 

— Campbell 

— Sanders 
Glen, from 1332 Nay- 

Aug av. S.E. to 1341 
Sanderson av.,ward 
13. 

— Albright av 

— Meylert av 

— VonStorch av 

— Dickson av 
Glover, from Birney 

av. S.E. to Crown 
av., ward 19 

Gordoii, fromD.&H. 
railroad N E. to 14 
E. Carbon, wards 7 
and 16. 

Gorge, from Keyser 
av. N.W. to city 
line, ward 3. 

Grace, from Amelia 
av., ward]. 

Grandview av., from 
2000 N. Washington 
av. N.W. to Boule- 
vard, ward 1. 

Grant av. (N.), from 
2036 Jackson N.E. to 
Pettebone, ward 4. 
125 Price 
225 Lafayette 
371 Swetland 
Grant av. (S.), from 
2036 Jackson S.W. 
to 2046 Washburn, 
ward 5. 
Green, from 1745 
Wayne av. N.W. to 
1752 Brick av., ward 
2. 
Green Rids;e, Irom 
1534 N. Main av. 
S.E. to Dunmore, 
ward 13. 

— Nay-Aug av 
48 Ross av 

l-'4 Gardner av 
232 Albright av 
332 Mevlert av 
418 VonStorch av 



554 Dickson av 
642 Sanderson av 
7.56 Moi^sey av 
834 Capouse av 
932 Penn av 
1040 N. Wyoming 

av 
1128 N. Washing- 
ton av 
Green's pi., from 859 
Capouse av. N.W., 
ward 7. 
Griffin, from Von 
Storch land N.W. 
to Nicol av., ward 
21. 
Grote, from E. Elm 
S.W. to Palm, ward 
20. 

— Locust 

— Brook 

— Cherrj' 

— Fig 
Grove, from Nay- 
Aug grove N.W. to 
1112 Albright av., 
ward 2. 

;)58 Cottage 

Halstead ct.. Linden 
near Mifflin av., N. 
E. to Mifflin av., 
ward 16. 

Hallstead pi., from 
430 Adams av., ward 
9. 

Hauini ct,, from 500 
block Moosic S.W. 
to city line, wards 
12, 19 and 20. 

Hamilton av., from 
Lafayette N.E. to 
Pettebone, ward 4. 

Hampton, from 528 

Meridian N.W. to 

Fourteenth, ward 15 

824 S Ninth 

1022 S. Main av 

n&5 Twelfth 

Hand's pi., from 612 
Meridian N.W. to 
615 S. Main av., 
ward 15 

Harrison av., from 
Linden N.E. to Silk- 
man land, wards 10 
and 17. 

— Mulberry 

— Vine 

— Olive 

— Pine 

— Giibson 

— Myrtle 



Hemlock, from Pitts- 
ton av. S.E. to Mea- 
dow av., ward 12. 
640 Jr'rospect av 
642 Stone av 
752 S. Irving av 
848 Crown av 
940 Stafford av 
Hendricks av., from 
Linden N.E. to Gib- 
son, near Nay-Aug 
Falls. 

— Mulberry 

— Vine 

— Olive 

— Pine 
Hennessj' ct. , from 

1022 Jackson to 
Price, ward 14. 
Henrv, from 8.57 W. 
Market N.W. to D., 
L. & W. railroad, 
ward 3. 
Hertz ct., from Front 
S.W. to city limits, 
wards 12, 19 and 20. 
Hickory, from Lack- 
awanna river S E. 
to Meadow av., ward 
18. 

110 S. Wyoming 

av 
134 S. Washing- 
ton av 
322 Cedar av 
448 Pittston av 
550 Prospect av 
630 Stone av 
736 S Irving av 
S.38 Crown aN' 
940 Stafford av 
Hiffb School, from 
1933 N. Main av. 
N.W. to 1912 Wayne 
av., ward 1. 
Hill, from Edna av. 
N.W. to Wayne av.. 
ward 1 . 
Hitchcock ct., from 
900 block Linden 
N.E. to Dunmore, 
wards 9 and 17. 
Hollister av., from 
Weston pi. to Wells, 
ward 1. 

— W. Parker 

— Throop 
Hollow, from 1300 W. 

Market N.E. to city 
line, ward 3. 
Honesdale, from 1632 



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of any description, or anything- in the line of West Mountain 
Buif Stone, NichoLson Blue Stone, Indiana Liniei^lone, Ohio 
Sand Stone. 
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CALL ON OR WRITF TO 

Cor. Penn Ave. & Ash St. EDWIN S. WILLIAMS, SCRANTON, PENN. 

Estimates given on plans if desired. 



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18 SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

SYDNEY MARKWICK, JOHN MARKWICK, 

433 Fourteenth Street. 1427 Luzerne Street. 



MARK^WICK BROS., 

Masons ^ Goniraciors 



CerRCDt 
Work 




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^' Plain 

and 

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433 Fourteenth Street, _ _ <isPt?AMTnM PA 

1427 Luzerne Street, " ' O^ t\rVl^ I W 1^ , T /A. 

Painter, Decopalor ^ Pap?r flangep 

^•Flf^ST GliASS WOHK.-^ 

Prices as low as the Quality of Work will admit. 

1318 Nortti Waslniington Avenue, - Scran. ton, F*a. 



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'9 

Teas, Coffees, Spices, Fresh Butter ^ Eggs. 

632 Cedar Avenue, Corner Willow street, Scranton, Pa. 
E. A. IVIEGARGEIv, Proprietor. 



ASK YOUR ARCHITECT TO 

Manufactured by PAKAGON PI.ASTEK 

515 Green Ridge Street. 



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& SUPPLY CO. 



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SCRANTON STREET AND AVENUE DIRECTORY. 



19 



Meylert av. to 1532 
Von Storch av., 
ward 13. 

Howard pJ., rear of 
727 Adams av., ward 
9. 

Howell, from 529 

Chestnut N.W. to 
:v38 N. Main av., 
wards 4 and 14. 

Hudson, from 1107 
Pawnee N.E. to 
Weston land, ward 
H. 

— Winona 

— Seneca 
HugheK ct., from 

Lafayette N.E. to 
Pettebone, ward 4. 
Hyde Park av. (N.), 
from 11.32 .Jackson 
N.E. to Pettebone, 
ward 4. 
137 Price 
233 L/afayette 
375 Swetland 

Hyde Park av. (S.), 

from 1131 Jackson 

S.W. to Fellows, 

wards 5 and 15. 

174 Washburn 

224 Academy 

— Division 
340 Luzerne 

Iron, from 1218 Paw- 
nee N.E. to Clover, 
ward 3. 

— Tie 

— Seneca 
Irving av. (N.), from 

1335 Linden N.E. to 
Dunmore, wards 10 
and 17. 

— Mulberry 

— Vine 

— Olive 

— Pine 

— Gibson 

— Myrtle 

— Ash 
Irving av. (S.), from 

Front S.E.to Lacka- 
wanna twp., wards 
12, 19 and 20. 
27 Moosic 

ia3 Hemlock 

227 Orchard 

— River 

— Hickory 

— Alder 

— Willow 



731 Birch 
831 Beech 

— Maple 

— E. Elm 

— Locust 

— Brook 

— Cherry 
-Fig 

— Palm 

— Pear 

— Genet 

— Breck 

— Ripple 

— Gibbons 

— O'Hara 

— School 

Jackson, f r o m 726 
Scranton N.E. to 
Avenue D, wards 4, 
5, 14 and 21. 
912 N. Ninth 
927 Chestnut 
1057 Main av 
1131 Hyde Park av 
1225 Bromley av 
1321 Sumner av 
1427 Lincoln av 
1523 Rebecca av 
1623 Garfield av 
1727 Fillmore av 
1833 Everett av 
1941 Van Buren av 
3035 Grant av 
2137 Sherman av 
2243 Avenue A 
2^23 Merrifleld av 
3427 Avenue B 

2517 Back rd 

2518 Keyser av 

James, from Ash E. 
of Nay- Aug Falls 
N.E. to Dunmore, 
ward 10. 

Jefferson av., from 
627 E. Lackawanna 
av. N.E. to Poplar, 
wards 9 and 17. 
145 Spruce 

— Madison av 
249 Linden 

347 Mulberry 
449 Vine 
541 Olive 
639 Pine 
749 Gibson 
847 Myrtle 
-Ash 

Jessup av., frona D., 
L. & W. land N.E. 
to Company, ward 
21. 

John, from Colfax 



av. N.E. to Dun- 
more, ward 10. 
988 Ash 

Jones, from Lacka- 
wanna river N.W. 
10 1434 N. Main av., 
ward 2. 

Joseph, from Silk- 
man land N.E. to 
Dunmore, ward 10. 

KanepJ., from Third 
N.W. to Fourth, 
ward 6. 

Kellernian ct., from 
100 block Elm N.E., 
ward 11. 

K>'lluni's ct., from 
1200 block Linden 
N.E. to Dunmore, 
wards 10 and 17. 

Kevser av., from 2518 
Jackson N.E. to 729 
W Market, ward 3. 

Kevser av. TS.l, from 
25'19 Jackson S.W. to 
Lackawanna twp., 
wards 3 and 21. 

Keystone av. , from 
Lafayette N.E. to 
Pettebone, ward 4. 

King William av., 
from E. Elm S.W. 
to Palm, ward 19. 

Kirst ct., from 400 
block River S.W. to 
city line, wards 11 
and 20. 

Knai)p's ct. , from 314 
E. Market N.E. to 
Deacon, ward 1. 

Kolb ct., from 300 
block Maple S.W. 
to Locust, ward 11. 

Kressler ct., from 
Lackawanna av. N. 
B. to Gibson, wards 
9 and 17. 

Lackawanna av. 
(E.), from Lacka- 
wanna river bridge 
S.K. to Webster av., 
wards 8, 9 and 17. 
2 Bridge 
113 Franklin av 
233 Penn av 
331 N. Wyoming 

av 
4;i5 N. Washing- 
ton av 
535 Adams av 



536 Mattes 

627 Jefferson av 

741 Monroe av 

— Clay av 
Lackawanna av. 

(W.), from Lacka- 
wanna river bridge 
N.W. to 334 N. Main 
av., ward 14. 
600 Sixth 
638 N. Seventh 
744 N. Eighth 
830 N. Ninth 
913 Fairview av 
9,30 Chestnut 
Lafayette, from 233 
Chestnut N.W. to 
N. Sherman av., 
ward 4. 
1035 N. Main av 
1135 N.Hyde Park 

av 
1219 N.Bromley av 
1335 N Sumner av 
1423 N. Lincoln av 
1535 N. Rebecca av 
1627 N. Garfield av 
1723 N. Fillmore 

av 
1833 N. Everett av 
1931 N. Van Buren 

av 

2027 N. Grant av 

Lane, from Keyser 

av. S. to Cayuga 

culm dump, ward 3. 

Larch, from 1228 San- 
derson av. S.E. to 
Dunmore, ward 13. 
35 Mouse y av 
128 Capouse av 

— Penn av 

— N. Wyoming 

av 
448 N. Washing- 
ton av 
Laurel, from Beau- 
mont av. N.E. to 
Cusick av., ward 3. 

Lavelle ct., from 
Front S.W. to city 
line, wards 12, 19 
and 20. 

Law, from Leggett 
N.E. to Mary.ward 3 

Leach, from Leggett 
N.E. to D & H. 
land, ward 1. 

Lee ct. , from 521 
Linden N.E. to 522 
Poplar, ward 9. 




[V^rs. A. Tripp, 

Teacher of 
Madam Cooley Simpson's Scientific 
Tailor System for Cutting Seamless 
Waists and Ladies' Garments. 

434 Adams Ave., 

Scranton, Penn.... 



Visit COLLINS & HACKETT f«L":i5?.l!:.9I".!,NG 



220 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. 



20 SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIBECTOBY. 




SCHEUER BROTHERS 


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. Keystone Steam Bakery, 


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GRflCKERS, GflKES, BISCUITS, BREAD, 


% SPECIALTY M 


Fancy Cakes, 


^ * 


Nos. 341, 343, 345 and 347 Brook Street. 



DAVID Y. WILLIAMS, 

Mason, Contractor and Builder. 




Estimates Furnished on AH Classes of Work. 

No contract too large and none too small to receive my prompt attention. 

BROKEN ASHLER AND RANGE WORK 



A. SPECTAI^TY. 



117 Garfield Avenue, 



SCRANTON, PA, 



JOHM 




Stone Mason and Contractor. 



Foundations laid for all classes of 
buildings. 

Cellar work a specialty. 

1014 LUZERNE STREET, 
SCRANTON, PA. ' 



GEO. PHILLIPS & CO. '"»°^^^.^^%s'^:^,\':fZfi 



SCRANTON STREET AND AVENUE DIRECTORY. 



21 



Leggett, ft-om Leg- 
geft's creek N. W. to 
W. Market, ward 1. 
■ — Leach 

— Rockwell 

— Durkin 

— Balloii 

— Clark 
Lewis, from Leggett's 

creek culm dump 
N.E. to Genet land, 
wardl. 

— Charles 

— Wilber 
IJnc.oln av. (N ), fm. 

1439 Jackson N.E to 
Pettebone, ward 4. 
124 Price 
222 Lafayette 
368 Swetland 
Lincoln av. (S.), fm. 
1427 Jackson S.W. 
. to 1430 Washburn, 

ward .5. 
Linden, from 252 Mif- 
flin av. S.E. to Hen- 
dricks av., wards 16 
and 17. 

137 Franklin av 

217 Penn av 

330 N. Wyoming 

av 
4.36 N. Washing- 
ton av 
539 Adams av 
629 Jefferson av 
721 Madison av 
732 Bank 
831 Monroe av 
927 Quincy av 
1035 Clay av 
Lloyd, from N. Main 
av. to D., L. & W. 
railroad, ward 2. 
Locust, from Lacka- 
wanna river S. to 
Roaring Brook twp, 
wards 11, 19 and 20. 

— S. Washing- 

ton av 

— Remington av 
358 Cedar av 

— Pittston av 

— Prospect av 
649 Stone av 
754 S. Irving av 

— Crown av 

— Stafford av 

— Meadow av 

— Moltke av 

— Bluclier av 

— Froude av 

— RoUin av 



— Miller av 

— Grote av 
J, — Berlin av 

— Bancroft av 

— Bismarck av 

— KingWilliam 

av 

— PrinceCharles 

av 
l.uiiergan pi,, from 

Fairview a v. N.W. 

to Chestnut, ward 

14. 
Lord'.s ct., from 314 

New to Phelps, ward 

Love rd., from N. 
Seventh N.E. to 
Carbon, ward 14. 
Lxike, from Silkman 
land N.E. to Dun- 
more, ward 10. 
Luzerne, from 344 S. 
Third N.W. to S. 
Keyserav., ward 15. 
314 Fourth 
428 Fifth 
.500 Railroad av 

— Meridian 
725 Eightli 
827 Ninth 
92::$ Tenth 

1013 S. Main av 
nm S Hyde Park 

av 
1168 Twelfth 
1226 Thirteenth 
1318 P'ourteenih 
1424 Fifteentli 
1522 Sixteenih 
1626 Seventeenth 
1718 Eighteenth 
1824 Nineteenth 
1924 Twentieth 
2024 Twenty-first 
2126 Twenty-sec- 
ond 
2223 Twenty- third 
2325 Twenty-fo'rth 
Luzerne ct., from 
1114 Washburn S.W 
to Ijuzerne, ward 5. 
Mabel av., from 
Neary N.E. to D. & 
H. land, ward 1. 
Madison hv., from 
721 Linden N.E. to 
Dunmore, wards 9 
and 17. 

340 Mulberry 
450 Vine 
rj:30 Olive 



642 Pine 
738 Gibson 
S42 Myrtle 

— Ash 

— Poplar 
Malion ct., from 1100 

block Linden N.E. 

to Dunmore, wards 

10 and 17. 
Main av. (N.). from 

1100 Jackson N.E. 

to Dickson boro., 

wards 1, 2, 4, 14 and 

21. 

150 Price 
242 Lafayette 
324 W. Lacka- 
wanna av 
422 Brown's pi 
448 Swetland 
.");i-S Howell 

624 Pettebone 

— Cemetery" 

— Tripp 

— Court 
1243 Pierce 
1313 Thompson 

134 Providence rd 
1358 Wood 
1434 Jones 
1500 Theodore 
1.554 Green Ridge 
1659 Putnam 
. 1739 Oak 
1844 Market (Pro- 
vidence sq) 
1933 High school 
2089 Weston pi 
2369 Pond 
2371 Dean 
2434 W. Parker 
2526 Throop 

— Arthur 
2629 Wells 
2729 Watkins 
2900 Marvine 

Main av. (S.), from 
1100 Jackson S E to 
Ijackawanna twp., 
wards 5 tyid 15. 
115 Scranton 
171 Wasliburn 
236 Division 
315 Oxford 
340 Luzerne 

— Fellows 
515 Hampton 
609 Hand's pi 

625 Eynon 
711 Bellevue 

— W. Elm 

— Sassafras 
:>Iannlng av., from 



W. Parker N.E. to 
Heermans, ward 1. 

Maple, from Lacka- 
wanna river S.E. to 
Prince Charles av., 
ward 11 and 19. 
100 Water 
126 S. Washing- 
ton av 
224 Remington 
av 

— Slocum 
:3.58 Cedar av 
432 Pittston av 
540 Prospect av 
648 Stone av 
740 S. Irving av 
840 Crown av 
942 Stafford av 

1040 Meadow av 
1140 Moltke av 
1242 Blucher av 
1340 Froude av 
1440 Rollin av 
1540 Miller av 

— Grote av 

— Berlin av 

— Bancroft av 

— Bismarck av 

— KingWilliam 

av 
Margaret, from 200 
William to Leggett's 
creek, ward 1. 
Margaret av,, from 
Hill S.W. to Wayne 
av., wardl. 
Marion, from 1440 
Nay-Aug av. S.E. to 
Dunmore, wards 1, 
2 and 13. 

I'Zs Gardner av 
230 Albright av 
mi Meylert av 
436 VonStorch av 
538 Dickson av 
624 Sanderson av 
740 Monsey av 
836 Capouse ax 
936 Penn av 
1038 N. Wyoming 

av 
1130 N. Washing- 
ton av 
Mark, from Ash E. 
of Nay-Aug Falls 
N.E. to Dunmore, 
ward 1. 

Market (K ), from 
Lackawanna river 
S.E. to Dunmore. 
wards 1 and 2. 



•^<^l^:- 
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DEALER IN 



JOHN 

E. 

JOHNSON 



p 



repar?d 
Diamond 



Coal 






Orders received at ' 

317 Spruce Street, 
United States Hotel, 
107 Washington Avenue. 
823 Cedar .\ venue. 
Lock-Box 283. Prompt attention to all 

Telephone 992. orders .... 

PESIDENCE 



1236 Providence Road 



Clothing forJen^B,ys& Children at COLLINS & HBCKETT 

22 SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

ivirs. A. NORTON, 

Fashionable Dressmahing Parlors, 

345 ADAMS AVENUE, SCRANTON, PA. 



■Workmanship the Best. i (^ 

Styles the Latest. -^^ PRICES THE LOWEST. 

Fit Guaranteed. J)\ 

JACOB BOIvZ, 

MANUFACTURER OF 





9 

No. 138 Wyoming Aventie, 

SCRANTON, PA. 

Mrs. SARAH L KING, M.D. 

Women's ^ Children's Diseases a Specialty. 

Office-Hours: 8 to 13 a. m., 1 to 6 p. m. 



320 Mulberry Street, Scranton, Pa. 

AT CARBONDALE ON FRIDAYS. 

HENRY FREY, 
Photographer and Artist, 

421 Lackawanna Ayenue, SCRANTON, PA. 



PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHS, VIE^WS, REPRODUCTIONS, 
CRAYONS AND WATER COLOR PICTURES. 

ALL WORK STRICTLY FIRST GLftSS. 



T, I. LACEY & SON, Architects, '"■ " ' "• °"" '^s^c^ranton'ra. 



SCRANTON STREET AND AVENUE DIBECTORY. 



23 



— Nay-Aug av 

— Meylert av 

— VonStorch av 

— Dickson av 

— Sanderson av 

— Monsey av 

— Capouse av 

— Penn av 

— N. Wyoming 

av 

— N. Washing- 

ton av 

Market OV.), fromj 
Lackawanna river | 
N. to city line,warda 
1, 2 and 3. ' 

37 X. Main av 
139 Church av 
225 Wayne av 
343 Brick av 
455 Yard 
549 Bloom av 
623 Cusick av 
729 Keyser av 
855 Henry 
1043 Panooka 

— Pawnee 

— Seneca 

* — Smith , 

McGrath ot., from 

Maple N.E., ward 

11. 
McGuiness ct., from 

Front S.W. to city 

line, wards 12, 19 

and 20. 

Marvine, from Wells 
N.E.to2900]Sr. Main 
av., ward 1. 

— Charles 

— Wilber 

Mary, from Leggett's 
creek shaft N.W. 
to Leggett's creek, 
ward 1. 

— Durkin 

— Edith 

Mattes, from 53t) E. 

Lackawanna av. S. 

W. to River, ward 

17. 
Matthews, from Ash 

N.E. to Dun more, 

ward 10. 

M c 1) o 11 o u g' U av. , 

from 4.35 Cayuga N. 
E. to 471 Oak, ward 
2 

' "' 1737 Warren 
1771 Laurel 
1823 Block 



McKeever pi., from 

618 N. Main av., 

ward 21. 
McKenna ct., from 

800 block Linden N. 

E. to city line, wards 

9 and 17. 
McNichols ct., from 

937 Scranton, ward 5. 
Meade, from Lacka- 
wanna river N. of 

Parker, ward 1. 
Meade av., from D , 

L. &W. land N.E. 

to Lackawanna 

river, ward 2. 
Meadow av. , from 

Front S.W. to Palm, 

wards 12, 19 and 20. 

— Moosic 

— Hemlock 

— Orchard 

— River 

— Hickory 

— Alder 

— Willow 

— Birch 
829 Beech 

— Maple 
1033 E. Elm 

— Locust 

— Brook 

— Cherrv 
-Fig 

Mechanic, from Cliff 

S.W. to D. & H. C. 

Co. bridge at depot 

ward S. 
-Meridian, from Ox 

ford S. to Lacka- 
wanna twp., wards 

5 and 15. 
Merri field (N ), from 

1024 Price, ward 14. 
Meri-ifield av. , froftl 

2243 Jackson S W. 

to D., L. & W. land, 

ward 21. 
Meylert av., from 

Nay-Aug av. N.E. 

to E. Market, ward 

13. 
Mica, from Mineral, 

ward 7. 
Mifflin av.. from 118 

Centre N.W. to 

Vine, wards 8 and 

16. 

144 Spruce 
2.52 Linden 
;346 Mulberry 



Mill, from. Mattes, I 
ward 17. [ 

Miller av., from. Lo- 
cust S.W. to Palm, 
ward 19. 

— Brook 

— Cherry 

— Fig 

Mine, from 638 Min- 
eral S.E. to D., L. & 
W. branch, ward 7. 

Mineral, from 100 
Carbon N^E. to 
Mine, ward i. 
619 Silex 

Mohawk, from 
Flynn's breaker N. 
E.to Leggett's creek, 
ward 3. 

yioir ct.. from 700 
block Linden N.E. 
to Dunmore, wards 
9 and 17. 

Moitke av., from 
Birch S.E. to Palm, 
ward 19. 

— Beech 

— Maple 

— E. Elm 

— Locust 

— Brook 

— Cherrv 

— Fig 
Monroe av. , from 741 

E. Lackawanna av. 
N.E. to Dixnmore, 
wards 9 and 17. 

238 Linden 

334 Mulberry 

448 Vine 

.554 Olive 

6-54 Pine 

738 Gibson 

847 Myrtle 

— Ash 

— Poplar 
Monsey ;'v., from 

(ireen's pi. N.E. to 
K. Market, wards 7 
and 13. 

— Ash 

— Poplar 
^ Walnut 

— Larch 

— New York 
1446 Marlon 
1560 Green Ridge 
1660 Delaware 

IVtoosic, from .386 
Front S.E. to Mea- 
dow av., ward 12. 

— Prospect av 



— Stone av 

— Crown av 

— Stafford av 
Moran ct., from Fifth 

av. S.W. to Luzerne, 
ward 6. 
Morris ct., from 
.lackson to Wash- 
bum, ward 5. 
Mnlberry. from 346 
Mifflin av. S.E. to 
Hendricks avenue, 
wards 9, 16 and 17. 
128 Franklin av 
228 Penn av 
322 N. Wyoming 

av 
432 N. Washing- 
ton av 
5.30 Adams av 
622 Jefferson av 
736 Vladlson av 
8.30 Monroe av 
922 Quincyav 
1022 Clay av 
1125 Webster av 
1223 Taylor av 
1323 N. Irving av 

— Pre&cott av 

— Harrison av 

— Wheeler av 

— Collax av 

— Arthur av 

— Cleveland av 
MTnllein, from 1324 

Washburn S.W. to 
1225 Division, ward 
5. 

— Academy 
Myrtle, from 900 N. 

Washington av. S. 
E. to Hendricks av., 
wards 9 and 10. 
•5.38 Adams av 
638 Jefferson av 
738 Madison av 
840 Monroe av 
938 Quincy av 
10.38 Clay av 
11.38 Webster av 
1240 Taylor av 
1.340 N. Irving av 
1440 Prescott av 
1-540 Harrison av 
1640 Wheeler av 
1740 Arthur av 
1840 Cleveland av 
Nay-Aug av.. from 
Von Storch av. N.E. 
to E. Market, wards 
2 and 13. 
1042 Meylert av 
1138 Albright av 



F. M. AYLS WORTH, ,k 



DEALER IN 



Fresh and Salt Meats 



Poultry, Sausages and Lard. 

322 Linden St., - Telephone can, 3033 - 
Between Penn and Wyoming Aves. 




Fine Clothing, Popular Prices, at COLLINS & HACKETT'S 

220 Lackawanna Avenue. vrv»fc*.ii^%/ \x. iif-i\/l%bl I Kf 



24 



SCBANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 




C. L. VAN VALIN, 

Carpenter, Joiner and Bnilder, 

Jobbing and repairing done promptly. 
Furniture neatly repaired. 



RESIDENCE: 

125 Linden Stre t, 



SHOP: 

239 Raymond Court, 
SCRANTON, PA. 



MACK <& McLEAN, 

PRACTICAL 
HORSE = SHOERS, 

AND MANXJFACTUBERS OF 

TRUCKS and VEHICLES 

of every description. 
Jobbing in all its branches. 
Cor. Capouse Avenue and Cribson Street, Scranton, Pa. 




T.H. PORTER &BRO. 



Dealers in Paper Stock, Rags, 
Rubber and Metal, 



817 & 819 West Lackawanna Avenue. 

Goods collected in any part of the city. 



WILLIAM NEAVE 



Dealer in 



Fish and Oysters. 



Curer of the Celebrated 
832 Capouse Avenue, SCRANTON, PA. 




FRANK CARLUCCI &, BRO. 



I3E:>VXiE!IiS IIST 



WYOMING BLUE STONE ^ SCRANTON YELLOW STONE # GRANITE. 

All kinds of work in cut stone. Carving Statuary, etc. Quarries at Nicholson. 

Yard and Mill 720 to 726 Scranton Street, SCRANTON, PA. 

Real IBstate Agent, 

119 South Main Avenue. 

General Real Estate. Houses and lots for sale in any part of the city. Agent for build- 
ing lots on Pettebone estate, Hyde Park. Prices of lots, ?2.50, 8300 and $500; one-fifth cash, 
balance 5 years. Deed given at once. 



H. L. MORGAN 



DAYIS & H0DPT,ArcMtects,""*""""sTRTNTON:PA. 



SCRANTON STREET AND AVENUE DIRECTORY. 



25 



1332 Glen 
1320 Gardner av 
1438 Marlon 
1500 Ross av 
1636 Green Ridge 
1758 Breaker 
Xea 1 is pi., from 
Ninth S.E., ward 14. 
Neary.from Leggett's 
creek breaker N.W. 
to D., & H. land, 
wardl. 
Ned, from 1700 Key- 
ser av. N. to Henry, 
ward 3. 
Neptune ct., from 112 

Birch, ward 11. 
New, from 829 Ca- 
pouse av. 8.E. to 827 
N. Washington av., 
wards 7 and 16. 
350 N. Wyoming 
av 
Newton, from 238 
Back rd. to city line, 
ward 21 . 
New York, from 1419 
Sanderson av. S.E. 
to Dunmore, ward 
13. 

35 Monsey av 
117 Capouse av 
231 Penn av 
337 N. Wyoming 

av 
442 N. Washing- 
ton av 
Nicol a v., from 413 
Putnam S.W. to 
Griffin, ward 2. 
Nineteenth, from 
Division S.W. to 
Lackawanna twp., 
wards 5 and 15. 

— Luzerne 

— F'ellows 
Ninth (N.), from 902 

Scranton N.E. to 
Howell shaft, ward 
14. 

— Jackson 

236 West Lacka- 
wanna av 
147 Swetland 
Ninth (S.), from Ox- 
ford S. W. to Lacka- 
wanna twp., wards 
5 and 15. 

.337 Luzerne 
445 Fellows 

— Hampton 



— Eynon 
713 Bellevue 

— W. Elm 

— Sassaft-as 
Oak, from 1739 N. 

Main av. N.W. to 
1841 Cusick av., 
ward 2. 

127 Church av 

— Summit av 
228 Wayne av 
329 Brick av 
423 Perry av 
462 Yard 

471 McDonough 

av 
523 Bloom av 

Oakford ct., from 
816 Centre N.E. to 
Pine Brook pi., 
wards 8 and 16. 

O'Connor ct., trom 
Lackawanna river 
to Fifth av., ward 6. 

O'Hara from Birney 
av. S.E. to Stafford 
av., ward 20. 

Olive, from 542 Penn 
av. S.E. to Hen- 
dricks av., wards 9, 
16 and 17. 

— N. Wyoming 

av 
427 N. Wa-shlng- 

ton av 
533 Adams av 
634 Jefferson av 
733 Madison av 
827 Monroe av 
925 Quincy ay 
1037 Clay av 
1127 Webster av 
1230 Taylor av 
1330 N. Irving av 
1432 Prescott av 
1530 Harrison av 
1630 Wheeler av 
1730 Colfax av 
18.30 Arthur av 
1930 Cleveland av 
Olv'pliant rd., from 
Boulevard N.E. to 
city line, ward 1. 
Oram, from Powder- 
lyct.N.W.,ward21. 
Orchard, from Pitts- 
ton av. S.E. to Mea- 
dow ave, ward 12. 
548 Prospect av 
650 Stone av 
750 S. Irving av 
850 Crown av 



948 Stafford av 
Ousterhontct., from 

439 E. Market N.E. 
to Deacon, ward 1. 

Oxford, from Oxford 
breaker N.W. to 315 
S. Main av, ward 5. 

— S. Eighth 

— S. Ninth 
926 Tenth 

Page's pi., from 341 
Franklin av. N.W. 
to Mifflin av., ward 8 

Paisley av., from W. 
Parker N. E., ward 1 

Halm, from Reming- 
ton av. S.E. to Roar- 
ing Brook twp., 
ward 20 and 19. 
338 Cedar av 
440 Pittston av 
540 Prospect av 
640 Stone av 
740 S. Irving av 
840 Crown av 
940 Stafford av 
1040 Meadow av 
1140 Moltke av 
1240 Blucher av 
1340 Froude av 
1440 Rollin av 
1540 Miller av 
]640Groteav 

— Berlin av 

— Bancroft av 

— Bismarck av 

— KingWilliam 

av 

— PrinceCharles 

av 
Parker (E.), from 
Lackawanna river 
S.E. to Olyphant 
rd., ward 1. . 

— Carter 

— Boulevard 
Parker (W.), from 

Lackawanna river 
N.W. to Brick av., 
wards 1 and 3. 
68 N. Main av 

— Hollister av 

— Paisley av 

— Edna av 
249 Wayne av 

Parnell, from George 
S.E. toD.. L. & W. 
land, ward 3. 

Paul, from Sllkman 
land N.E. to Dun- 
more, ward 10. 



Pawnee, from 1083 
W. Market N.E. to 
St«el, ward 3. 

— Hudson 

— Crocker 

— Bennett 

— Iron 
Payfair a v., from D., 

L, & W. land N.E. 
to Company, ward 
21. 
Pear, from Reming- 
ton av. S.E. to 
Crown av., ward 20. 
318 Cedar av 

— Pittston av 

— Prospect av 

— Stone av 

— S. Irving av 

Pearl, from 1252 Mtd- 
berry N. to 1348 
Vine, ward 17. 
Penn av., from 333 E. 
Lackawanna av. N. 
E. to E. Market, 
wards 7, 8, 13 and 16. 
115 Centre 
145 Spruce 
247 Linden 
343 Mulberry 
449 Vine 
542 Olive 
541 E. Carbon 
941 Ash 
1040 Poplar 
1140 Walnut 
1241 Larch 
1372 New York 
1436 Marion 
1552 Green Ridge 
1660 Delaware 

Perry a v . , from Beau- 
mont av. N.E. to 
Oak, ward 2. 

Peter, from Leggett's 
creek breaker N.E. 
to Genet land, ward 
3. 

— Charles 

— Wilber 
Pettebone, from 600 

N. Main av. N.W.- 
to Sherman av., 
wards 4 and 21. 
1100 N. Hyde Park 

av 
1200 N. Bromley 

av 
1300 N. Sumner av 
1400 N. Lincoln av 
1500 N. Rebecca av 
1600 N. Garfield av 




T. P. REAGAN, 

Livery and OnderlakiDg. 

Office, 341 West Market Street. 
Stables, 411 Oak St. 

Telephone, No. 1563. 



YOUNG "EN'S SUITS at COLLINS & HACKETT 



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26 



SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



JOHN GEIGLE, 620 / 622 Elm St. 

Mouldinas, 
Scroll Sawina, 
TurnlnQ, Brackets 
Stair Rails, 



Corner Blocks, 
Balusters, 
Newel Posts, 
Casinos, 

Scroll Balusters, 
^ Porch Posts, Etc. 

Iw^a^c's BOOI^ Store 

STEAMSHIP AGENCY. 




New & Old Books. 
Latest Novels. 
News, Sporting, 
Illustrated and 
Story Papers, 
Periodicals;. 
Stationery, 
Blank Books, &c. 




Passage Tickets 
for all Classes, on 
the Allen, Ameri- 
can, Anchor, 
Guion, State and 
White Star Lines- 
Drafts on the Old 
Country, anyam't 



Manufacturer of and Dealer in 



Cor. Lackawanna &. Wyoming Aves., Scranton, Pa. 

L. \A/. TISDEZL, 

and Dealer in 

GiiDs X Pislols, 
flmrRiiDitioD, &o 




Tool and Model Making 
a Specialty. 



Repairing of all kinds promptly 
attended to. 

118 FRANKLIN AVENUE, 

Second P'loor. 




I. HARRISON, Agt. 



ALL WORK WARRANTED . 
.FOR ONE YEAR . 

Kine Watcti and Jexvelry Repairing. 
"Watches and Je^welry at Just half 
price. 

SCRANTON, PA. 



233 Penn Avenue. 



SCRANTON 
TRANSFER CO. 

Freight and Bag- 
gage carefully 
handled. 

Telephone 2383. 



# RKKSB & IVLURPHY, 

t ^S^^ine Agents. Office ; Pr 0. BIdg 



J. G. BEESE. 



W. W. HUBPHY'S SONS, 



PARAGON PLASTER & SUPPLY CO. 



LIME, CEMENT AND ALL BUILDING 
MATERIALS, 
515 Green Ridge Street. 



SCRANTON STREET AND AVENUE DIRECTORY, 



27 



1700 N. Fillmore 
av 

— N. Everett av 

— N. Van Buren 

av 

— N . Grant av 
Fhelps, from 866 Ca- 

Souseav. S.E. to 923 
r. Washington av., 
ward 7. 

3.50 N. Wyoming 
av 

Pierce, from 1243 N. 
Main av. N.W. to 
D., L. & W. rail- 
road, ward 2. 

— Summit av 
Pike, flrom Tie N.E 

to D., L. & W. rail- 
road, ward 8. 

— Seneca 

— Clover 

Pine, from 636 N. 
Wyoming av. S.E. 
to Hendricks av. , 
wards 9, 16 and 17. 
436 N. Washing- 
ton av 
542 Adams av 
628 Jefferson av 
720 Madison av 
826 Monroe av 
932 Quincy av 
1026 Clay av 

1130 Webster av 
1233 Taylor av 
1330 N. Irving av 

1430 Prescott av 
1530 Harrison av 
1630 Wheeler av 

1730 Colfax av 

— Arthur av 

— Cleveland av 
Pine Brook pi., from 

700 block Capouse 
av. S.E., ward 7. 
Pittston av., from 
Front S.W. to Lack- 
awanna twp., wards 
11, 12, 19 and 20. 

133 Hemlock 

281 Orchard 

383 River 

429 Hickory 

527 Alder 

633 Willow 

731 Birch 

831 Beech 

925 Maple 
1029 E. Elm 

1131 Locust 
1223 Brook 
1327 Cherry 
1433 Fig 
1.539 Palm 
1629 Pear 

1731 Genet 
1831 Breck 

1431 Ripple 
1.531 Gibbons 

— O'Hara 

— .Saginaw 
Pittston pi., from 

Moosic near Pitts- 
ton av., ward 12. 
Piatt pi., fi-ora. Junc- 
tion of Jefferson and 
Madison avs., ward 
17. 

Pleasant, from 1013 



Swetland N.E. to 
571 Howell, ward 14, 

Pond, from Lacka- 
wanna river N.E. to 
2371 N. Main av., j 
ward 1. 
2338 Depot | 

Poplar, from Lacka- 
wanna river S.E. to 
Webster av., ward 
13, 

— Ward av 

— Monsey av 

— Capouse av 

— Penn av 

— N. Wyoming 

av 

— N. Washing- 

ton av 

— Adams av 

— Jefferson av 

— 1V1 adison av 

— Monroe av 

— Quincy av 

— Clay av 
Powderly ct., from 

Howell" N.E. , ward 
21. 
Prescott av., from 
Linden N.E. to 
Dunmore, wards 10 
and 17. 

— Mulberry 

— Vine 

— Olive 

— Pine 

— Gibson 

— Myrtle 

— Ash 

Price, from 138 Fair- 
view av. N.W. to 
Sherman av., wards 
4 and 14. 

— Chestnut 

— N. Main av 

— N.Hyde Park 

av 

— N. Bromley 

av 

— N.Su inner av 

— N, Lincoln av 

— N. Garfield av 

— N. Fillmore 

— N. Everett av 

— N. Van Buren 

av 

— N. Grant av 
Price pi., from 119 

Deacon, ward 1. 

Prince Charles av,, 

from E. Elm S.W. 
to Palm, ward 19. 
Prospect a v., from 
.522 Front S.W. to 
Lackawanna twp., 
wards 12, 19 and 30. 
26 Moosic 

132 Henilo(tk 

232 Orchard 

330 River 

426 Hickory 

.532 Alder 

632 WillOM- 

7.34 Birch 

832 Bopch 

930 Maple 

1032 E. Elm 

ll.TO Locust 

1228 Brook 

1328 Cherrv^ 



1432 Fig 
1530 Palm 

— Pear 

— Genet 

— Breck 

— Ripple 

— Gibbons 

— O'Hara 

— School 

— Saginaw 

Providence pi., from 
419 Deacon, ward 1. 

Providence rd., from 

W. Carbon N. to 345 
N, Main av.. wards 
2 and 21. 

888 Albright av 
990 Diamond av 

— Tripp 
1164 Court 

Providence sq., 1900 
N. Main av. and 100 
W. Market, ward 3. 

Putnam, from 1661 N. 
Main av. N.W. to 
D., L. & W. railroad, 
wards 2 and 3. 

— Church av 
226 Summit av 
248 Wayne av 
350 Brick av 

Quincy av., from 939 
Linden N.E. to Pop- 
lar, wards 9 and 17, 

2.34 Mulberrs"- 

450 Vine 

550 Olive 

650 Pine 

752 Gibson 

— Myrtle 

— Ash 
Kace, from Sander- 
son av. N,E. to 
Amelia, ward 1. 

Kail road a v., from 
157 S. Seventh S. to 
447 Fourth, wards 8 
and 16. 

233 Emmet 

269 Fifth av 

345 Luzerne 
Ra.vniond ct,, from 
213 Centre N.E. to 
Vine, wards 8 and 16 

Reaves pi,, from 
Bank S., ward 17. 

Rebecca av, (N,), 
from 1523 Jackson 
N.E. to Pettebone, 
ward 4, 

— Price 
224 Lafayette 

— Swetland 
Rebecca av (S.), 

from 1522 Jackson 
S.W. to 1.526 Wash- 
burn, ward 5. 

Keinington av,,from 
Maple S.W. to Fig, 
wards 11 and 20. 
1031 E. Elm 
1123 Locust 
1227 Brook 
l:!3" Cherry 
KeininKtonct., from 
316 Maple, ward 11. 
Richards pi., from 
Chestnut N.W. to 



Edwards pi,, ward 

5. 
Richter, from Ash 

near RoaringBrook , 

ward 10, 
Ridge, from Ash N, 

E. to Dunmore, ward 

10. 
Ripple, from Cedar 

av, S,E. to Crown 

av,, ward 20. 

— Pittston av 

— Prospect av 

— Stone av 

— S. Irving av 

— Connell Park 

— Crown av 

River, from 106 S. 
Wyoming av. S.E. 
to Meadow av., 
wards 12 and 19. 
126 S, Washing- 
ton av 
262 Mattes 
340 Cedar av 
440 Pittston av 
548 Prospect av 
646 Stone av 
728 S. Irving av 
730 Crown av 
830 Stafford av 
Roberts av,, from 
Edna to Parker, 
ward 1. 
Roberts ct., from 
Lafayette to Pette- 
bone, ward 4, 
Robinson, from Jack- 
son near Main av, 
E. to N. Ninth, 
ward 14. 
Robinson av,, from 
Hill S.W. to Ather- 
ton, ward 1. 
Robling pi., frona 
Cedar av. N.W. to 
Slocum, ward 11. 
Roche ct,, from 
Lord's ct. N.E. to 
Walnut, wards ' 7 
and 13. 
Rock, from Leggett's 
creek N.E. to D. & 
H. land, ward 3. 
Rock pi., from 422 S. 

Main a v., ward 1.5. 
Rockwell, from Leg- 
gett's N.E. to D. & 
H, land, ward 1. 
Rockwell pi., from 
Weston pi. to Park- 
er av., ward 1. 
Rollin av., from Lo- 
cust S.W, to Palm, 
ward 19. 

— Brook 

— Cherry 
-Fig 

Rosen ct„ from 400 
block River S.W. to 
city line, wards 11 
and 20. 

Ross av., from 1.506 
Nay-Aug av. N.E. 
to Breaker, wards 2 
and 13. 

Riiane. f rjo m Von 



COLLINS & HACKETT, # For fine neckwear 

' '" 330 Lackawanna Avenue. 



28 



SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



ALBERT 
NOTHflGKER 

Slate 

Koofer.... 

1305 Wuomina /\ve. 

All work in my line done 
in the best possible 
manner. 




\A/. R. e:d\a/ards, 

^^^^^*^^' «^ j^:~ Exchange 
Sale and ^^^^'^^itf^ Stables. 



Rear of White's... 
Hotel. 




One block from D., L. 
W. Depot. 



First-Class Double and Single Rigs to Hire . Telephone No. 326S. 

Special Rates to Traveling Men. 

131 and 133 Raymond Court, SCRANTON, PA. 

PRACTICAL 

1 Ha.ti.ger 

House and Ornamental Painter, 

522 Myrtle Street, 

Between Washington and Adams 
Avenues, Faiklawn, 

SCRANTON, PA. 

DEALER IN 

Groceries, Tobaccos and Country Produce. 

FRE8H BUTTER AND EGGS A SPECIALTY. 
My Prices the Lowest. NO. 4 27 HICKORY StREET. 

F. M. DECKER, 

Carriage and Wagon Builder, 
Blacksmitli and Horseslioer. 

Jobbing in all its branches. 

1114 and 1116 Lafayette St. 
SCRANTON, PA. 






N B LEVY & BRO American Watches at Wholesale. 



SCBANTON STREET AND AVENUE DIRDCTORY. 



29 



Storch land N.W. 

to Pulton, ward 3. 
Sadie pi., from 

Decker's ct. N.W. 

to Twenty -second, 

ward 5. 
.Saginaw, from Cedar 

av. S. E. to Prospect 

av., ward 20. 

— Birney av 

— Pittston av 

— Gil more av 
Sander.s, from Cedar 

av.S.E.toWinfleld, 
ward 20. 

— Birney av 

— Pittston av 
Sanderson av., from 

1200 Monsey av. N. 
E. to Boulevard, 
wards 1, 2 and 13. 
1228 Larch 
1337 Glen 
1366 New York 
1440 Marion 
1556 Green Ridge 
1658 Delaware 
1771 Breaker 
1828 E. Market 
1931 Deacon 

— Race 
Sassafras, from Mer- 
idian N.W. to S. 
Main av., ward 15. 

Schimpff ct., from 
300 block River S.W. 
to city line, wards 
11 and 20. 

Sclimidt ct. , from 
Front S.W. to city 
line, wards 12, 19 
and 20. 

Schnell pi., from 
Sixth N.W. to 
Eighth, ward 14. 

School, from Win- 
field av. S.E. to Staf- 
ford av., ward 20. 

Schultz ct., from 1500 
block Linden N.E. 
to Dunmore, wards 
10 and 17. 

Scranton and Pitts- 
ton Turnpike, fm. 
Breck to Birney av , 
ward 20. 

Scranton, fm. Bridge 
N.W. to 115 S. Main 
av., wards 5 and 14. 

618 N. Seventh 

619 S. Seventh 
726 Jackaon 
900 N. Ninth 
928 Chestnut 
951 Tenth 

Second, from 123Fifth 
av. S.W. to Lacka- 
wanna river, ward 
6. 

Seneca, from W. 
Market N.W. to 
Pike, ward 3. 

— Hudson 

— Crocker 

— Bennett 

— Iron 
Seventh (N.), from 

621 Scranton N.E. 



to Love rd., wards 
14 and 18. 

— West Lacka- 

wanna av 
447 Swetland 

Seventh (S.), from 
620 Scranton S.W. 
to 157 Railroad av., 
ward 18. 

Seventeenth, from 
Division S.W. to 
Fellows, wards 5 
and 15. 

— Division 

— Luzerne 
Sherman av., (N.), 

from 21 37 Jackson 
N.E. to Pettebone, 
ward 4. 

— Price 

— Lafayette 

— Swetland 
Sherman av. (S.), 

from 2136 Jackson 
S.W. to Division, 
ward 5. 

— Washburn 
Short av., from 819 

Court N. E. to Jones, 
ward 2. 
Silex, from 619 Min- 
eral N.W. to D. & 
H. railroad, ward 7. 

Singer pi., from 415 
Sixth to Seventh, 
ward 14. 

Sixteenth, from 153 
Division S.W. to 
Fellows, wards 5 
and 15. 

334 Luzerne 

Sixth, from N. end 
of Lackawanna av. 
bridge N.'V^. to 
Swetland, ward 14. 

Slociiui, from Rob- 
ling's pi. S. W. to 927 
Maple, ward 11. 

Suiitli, from W. Mar- 
ket S.E. toLeggett's 
creek, ward 1. 

Siuitli pi., near Dea- 
con, ward 1. 

Soldier's ct., from 
1800 block Lafayette 
N.E. to Pettebone, 
ward 4. 

Spellman ct., from 
Green's pi. N.E. to 
Walnut, wards 7 
and 13, 

Spring, from Edna 
av. N.W. to 3018 
Brick av., ward 1. 

— Wayne av 

Si)rinK ct., from 2015 
Wayne av. to .353 
Spring, ward 1. 

Spruce, from 200 Mif- 
flin av. S.E. to 145 
Jefliersonav., wards 
8, 9 and 17. 

118 Franklin av 
234 Penn av 
329 N. Wyoming 
av 



4.32 N. Washing- 
ton av 
•530 Adams av 
Stafford Kv., from 
Front S.W. to Palm 
wards 12, 19 and 20. 

— Moosic 

— Hemlock 

— Orchard 

— River 

— Hickory 

— Alder 

— Willow 

— Birch 

— Beech 

— Maple 

— E. Elm 

— Locust 

— Brook 

— Cherry 
-Fig 

Stanton, from Swee- 
ney N.W. to Ruane, 
ward 3. 

Steel, from D., L. & 
W. land N.E. to D., 
L. & W. railroad, 
ward 3. 
Stone av., from Front 
S.W. to Lackawan- 
na twp., wards 12, 
19 and 20. 
,34 Moosic 
132 Hemlock 
232 Orchard 
330 River 
422 Hickory 
522 Alder 
628 Willow 
726 Birch 
932 Beech 
1030 Maple 
1130 E. Elm 
1228 Locust 
1330 Brook 
1428 Cherry 
1.S30 Fig 
1630 Palm 
1730 Pear 

— Genet 

— Breck 

— Ripple 

— Gibbons 

— O'Hara 

— School 
Summit av., from 

1146 Court N.W. to 
Oak, ward 2. 

— Pierce 

— Thompson 

— Putnam 
Sumner a v. (N.), 

from 1324 Jackson 

N.E. to Pettebone, 

wards 4 and 21. 

131 Price 

231 Lafayette 

360 Swetland 

Sumner a v. (S.), 
from 1323 Jackson 
S.W. to 1320 Wash- 
burn, ward 5. 

Sunset a v., from San- 
derson av. S.E. to 
N. Washington av., 
ward 2. 

Sweeney av., from 
Von Storch land N. 
E. to Fulton, ward 
3. 



— N. Irving av 

— Prescott av 

— Harrison av 

— Wheeler av 

— Colfax av 

— Arthur av 

— Cleveland av 
Von Storch av., from 

Nay-Aug av. N.E. 
to E. Market, wards 
2 and 13. 

— Glen 

— Marion 

— Green Ridge 

— Delaware 

— Breaker 
Wales, from Durkin 

N.W. to Leggett'S 
creek, ward 1. 
Walnut, from D. &■ 
H. railroad S.E to 
Dunmere, ward 13. 

— Monsey av 

— Capouse av 

— Penn av 

— N. Wyoming 

av 

— N. Washing- 

ton av 
W a r d a v., f r o m 

Green's ct. N.E. to 

Walnut, wards 7 

and 13. 
Warner, from Jessup 

av. N.W. to D., L. 

& W. land, ward 21. 
W^arren, from 1747 

Wayne av. N.W. to 

Bloom av., ward 2. 
334 Brick av 

— Perry av 

— Beaumont av 

— McDonough 

av 
Washhurn, from 140 
Tenth S.W to Back 
rd., ward 5. 
1012 S. Main av 
1134 S. Hyde Park 

av 
1226 S. Bromley av 
1320 S. Sumner av 
1335 Mullein 
1430 S. Lincoln av 
1530 S. Rebecca av 
1622 S. Garfield av 
1730S.Fillmoreav 
1834 S. Everett av 
1936 S. Van Buren 

av 
2046 S. Grant av 

— S.Sherman av 
Swetland, from 443 

Sixth N.W. to Sher- 
man av., ward 4. 

— N. Seventh 

— N. Eighth 

— N. Ninth 

— Chestnut 

— Pleasant 

— N. Main av 
-N.Hyde Park 

av 

— N. Bromley 

av 

— N. Sumner av 

— N. Lincoln av 

— N. Rebecca, av 

— N. Garfield av 

— N. Fillmore 

av 



F'"'^'lr.ltr±;"A«r'''"* COLLINS & HACKETT'S 

30 SCBANTON CITY BUSINESS DIKECTOBY. 

A. D. STBiii.£, President. S. C. Stelle, Ass't Sec'y. J. L. Stellb, Secretary. 

Richard Bossmasslbr, Treasurer. Wm. H. Davis. Supt. Scranton Branch. 

Factories at Philadelphia, Scranton and Sauquoit, N. Y. 



* 



SauQUOit SilK 



Manutaciurers of. 
THRUM 
SILKS. 




Also Manufacturers of 
Broad-Woven 
Goods 
and 

Umbrella T A 

Goods. ^^^.UVf._^>^ 

Main Office and Salesroom: 

».... .ft.-. n...« New York Office: 

PHILADELPHIA. 54 howard street. 

J. LB"WIS JONES, JUDSON CAHOON, 

219 West Market Street. 1806 Nay- Aug Avenue. 

JONES £ CAHOON, 

House and Hardwood 

■■■■■^^^^■^^^^■■■■™ Finishing 

Sign Painters, a specialty. 

PaDerhanQing, Decorating 
and Kalsominlng. 

Estimates Given on All Classes of Work. 

Jobbing done with Neatness and Dispatch. 

219 West Market Street. 
Soranton, Pa. 1806 IVay-Aug Ayenue. 



Our Collectors Collect. 



Scranton Commercial Association 

234 Lackawanna Avenue. 



SCRANTON STREET AND AVENUE DIRECTORY, 



31 



— N. Everett av 

— N. Van Buren 

av 

— N. Grant av 

Taylor av., from Lin- 
den N.E. to Dun- 
more, wards 10 and 
17. 

— Mulberry 

— Vine 

— Olive 

— Pine 

— Gibson 

— Myrtle 
950 Ash 

Tenth, from 951Scran- 
ton S. W. to Fellows, 
wards 5 and 15. 

140 Washburn 

242 Oxford 

324 Luzerne 

Theodore, from 1500 
N. Main av. N.W. 
to Keyser a v . , wards 
2 and 3. 

Third, from 221 Fifth 
av. S.W. to Belle- 
vue, ward 6. 

— Luzerne 

— Fellows 

Thirteenth, froml225 
Division S.W. to 
Fellows, wards 5 
and 15. 

Tlionipson, from 1513 
N. Main av. N.W. 
to D., L. & W. rail- 
road, ward 2. 

Throop, from D. & 
H. railroad N.W. 
to Hollister av., 
ward 1. 

Tie, from Iron N.E. 
to Pike, ward 3. 

Tripp, from 1151 Pro- 
vidence rd. N.W. to 
N . Mai n av. , ward 2. 

Twelfth, from 1664 
Division S.W. to 
Eynon, wards 5 and 
15. 

— Luzerne 

— Fellows 
515 Hampton 

Twf'iitieth, from Di- 
vision S.W. to Fel- 
lows, wards 5 and 15 

Twenty-first, from 
Division S.W. to 
Luzerne, ward 5. 

Twenty-.second, fm. 
Division S.W. to 
2126 Luzerne, ward 5. 

Twenty-third, from 
Ijuzerne S. W. to 



Lackawanna twp., 
ward 21. 
Twenty-fourth, fm. 

Luzerne S.W. to 

Lackawanna twp., 

ward 21. 
Twenty-flftli, from 

D., L. & W. land S. 

W. to Lackawanna 

twp., ward 21. 
Union, from Ash, 

ward 10. 
Van Buren av. (N.), 

from 1942 Jackson 

N.E. to Pettebone, 

ward 4. 

— Price 

— Lafeyette 

— Swetland 
Van Kuren av. (S.), 

from 1941 Jackson 
S.E. to Washburn, 
ward 5. 
Vine, from 500 Frank- 
lin av. S.E. to Hen- 
dricks av., wards 9, 
16 and 17. 

— Penn av 

— N. Washing- 

ton av 

— Adams av 

— Jefferson av 

— Madison av 
900 Monroe av 

1000 Quincy av 
1100 Clay av 
1200 Webster av 

— Taylor av 

— Avenue A 

— Merrifleld av 

— Avenue B 
Washington av.(N.), 

from 4a5 B. Lacka- 
wanna av. N.E. to 
E. Market, wards S, 
9, 13 and 16. 
144 Spruce 
250 Linden 
342 Mulberry 
438 Vine 
544 Olive 
640 Pine 
746 Gibson 
825 New 
828 Myrtle 
923 Phelps 
950 Ash 
1038 Poplar 
1136 Walnut 
1248 Larch 
1370 New York 
1440 Marion 
1560 Green Ridge 
1662 Delaware 
Washington av (.S.j, 
from 436 E. Lacka- 
wanna av. S.W. to 
Brook, wards 8, 11 
and 17. 



344 River 
432 Hickory 
730 Birch 
832 Beech 
932 Maple 
1030 E. Elm 
1130 Locust 
Water, from Birch 
S. W.to Lackawan'a 
river, ward 11. 
940 Maple 
1030 E. Elm 
Watkin, from 2729 
N. Main av. N.W. 
to Leggett's creek, 
ward 1. 
Wayne av., from 246 
Putnam N.E. to W. 
Parker, wards 1 
and 2. 
1717 Warren 
1745 Green 
1762 Oak 
1826 W. Market 
1912 High School 
1934 William 
2015 Spring pi 
2036 Atherton 
2118 Spring 
2220 Hill 
Webster av., from E. 
Lackawanna av. N. 
E . to Poplar, wards 
9 and 17. 
300 Linden 
400 Mulberrv 
.500 Vine 
600 Olive 
700 Pine 
800 Gibson 
900 Myrtle 
1000 Ash 
Wells, from D. & H. 
railroad N.W. to 
Marvine, ward 1. 
Weston pi., from 
2091 N. Main av. N. 
W.toSpring,ward 1. 

Wheeler av., from 
Linden N.E. to Silk- 
man land, wards 10 
and 17. 

400 Mulberry 

,500 Vine 

600 Olive 

700 Pine 

800 Gibson 

900 Myrtle 

Wheeler pi., from 

1729 Dickson av. N. 

W. to 1732 Von 

Storch av., ward 2. 

Wilber, from Mar- 
vine N.W. to Lack- 
awanna Coal Co. 
land, ward 1. 

— George 

— Frank 



— Peter 

I — Lewis 

Williams, from Edna 
av. N.W. to Brick 
av. ward 1. 

WilloAv, from Roar- 
ing brook S.E. to 
i Meadow av., ward 
19. 

222 Remingtonav 
322 Cedar av 
I 450 Pittston av 

542 Prospect av 
640 Stone av 
740 S. Irving av 
840 Crown av 
938 Stafford av 

Winfield av., S. of 
Council Park, ward 
20. 

AVinona, from n083 

W. Market S.W. to 
Iron ward 3. 

— Hudson 

— Crocker 

— Bennett 

Wood, from Lacka- 
wanna river N.W. 
to 1358 N. Mainav., 
ward 2 

— Diamond av 

— Short av 

Wright ct., from 

Schnell pi. N.E. to 
Swetland, ward 14. 

AVyoming av. (N.), 
from 331 E. Lacka- 
wanna N.E. to E. 
Market, wards 7, S. 
13 and 16. 

113 Centre 

140 Spruce 

254 Linden 

348 Mulberrv 

446 Vine 

550 Olive 

636 Pine 

740 Gibson 

— New 

— Phelps 
948 Ash 

1050 Poplar 
1140 Walnut 
1240 Larch 
1370 New York 
1424 Marion 
1566 Green Ridge 
1668 Delaware 

AA^voniing av. CS.), 
from D., L. & W. 
shops S., wards 8 
and 11. 

Yard, from 460 Oak 
N.E. to 4.55 W. Mar- 
ket, ward 2. 



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'/i80 Liackawanna Avenue. 



32 



BUILDINGS, BliOCKS AND HALLS. 



BUILDINGS, BLOCKS AND HALLS. 



Academy of Music, 239 Wyoming av. 

Albright Memorial Building, Washington 
av. cor. Vine. 

A. O. U. W. Hall, 419 Lackawanna av. 

Arcade Building, 213 & 215 Wyoming av. 

Archbald Hall, 300 W. Market. 

Armory N. G. P., 330 Adams av. 

Assembly Rooms, 314 Linden. 

Banner Block, 119 to 127 S. Main. 

Battle's Hall, 1429 Prospect av. 

Burr Building, 130 N. Washington av. 

Chappell's Hall, 1910 N. Main av. 

Coal Exchange Building, 134 to 130 Wyo- 
ming av. 

Commercial Building, Lackawanna av. 
cor. Penn av. 

Commonwealth Building, Washington av. 
cor. Spruce. 

Co-operative Hall, 126 and 128 N. Main av. 

Court House, Washington av.. Spruce, Lin- 
den and Adams av. 

Dime Bank Building, Wyoming av. cor. 
Spruce. 

D., L. & W. Depot, Lackawanna av. opp. 
Franklin av. 

Equity Building, 136 Wyoming av. 

Excelsior Hall, 412 and 414 Lackawanna av. 

Freuhan's Hall, 632 Cedar av. 

GriflSn Post Hall, 234 Lackawanna av. 

Germania Hall, 502 Cedar av. 

Green Bidge Library Building, Green Ridge 
cor. Wyoming av. 

Harugari Hall, 115 and 117 N. Main av. 

High School, Washington av. cor Vine. 

Home for the Friendless, 725 Adams av. 

Hulbert's Hall, 119 Wyoming av. 

Jail, Washington av. cor. New York. 

Jewell Building, 303 Spruce. 

Jr. O. U. A. M. Hall, 431 Lackawanna av. 

Lackawanna Hospital, Franklin av. cor. 
Mulberry. 

Levi Hall, 702 S. Main av. 

Library Building. 123 to 131 Wyoming av. 

Liberty Hall, 225 N. Washington av. 

Liederkranz Hall, 213 Lackawanna av. 



Masonic Hall, Penn av. cor. Linden. 

Masonic Hall, 204 and 206 S. Main av. 

Mears' Hall, 111 and 113 S. Main av. 

Memorial Building, 123 N. Washington av. 

Morgan's Hall, 101 N. Main av. 

Moses Taylor Hospital, Quincy av. cor. 
Pine. 

Municipal Building, Washington av. cor. 
Mulberry. 

Noakes' Hall, 209 Spruce. 

New Post Office Building, N. Washington 
av. cor. Linden. 

Oak Hall, Capouse av. cor. Marion. 

Odd Fellows Hall (German), 522 Lacka- 
wanna av. 

Odd Fellows Hall, 207 and 209 Wyoming av 

Osterhout Hall, 1908 N. Main av. 

Pharmacy Hall, 1418 Pittston av. 

Post Office (old), Penn av. cor. Spruce 

Eaub's Buildings, 134 Wyoming av. and 125 
Spruce. 

Republican Building, N. Washington av. 
opp. Court House. 

St. Cecelia Hall, 316 Wyoming av. 

St. David's Hall, 111 and 113 N. Main av. 

St. John Temperance Hall, 505 Stone av. 

St. Mary's German Catholic Church Hall, 
Hickory near Cedar av . 

St. Mary's Hall, 308 W. Market. 

St. Patrick's Orphan Asylum. Jackson cor. 
Lincoln av. 

Scottish Rite Hall, 115 Wyoming av. 

Storrs' Hall, Alder near Pittston av. 

Temple Court, 311 Spruce 

Tribune Building, Spruce cor. Penn av. 

Turn Verein Hall, 422 N. Seventh. 

Windsor Hall, Penn av. cor Linden, 

Wonderland Theatre, Linden near Wyo- 
ming av. 

Wyoming Block, 112 Wyoming av. 

W C. T. U. Rooms, 117 N. Main av. 

Y . M. C. A. Building, 218 to 224 Wyoming 
av. 

Y. W. C. A. Hall, Cedar av. cor. Brook. 



CONTRACTOR 



AND DEALER IN 



Petersburg Blue ^ West Mountain Yellow Stones. 

stones delivered to all parts of the city. Contracts taken for all kinds of 
excavating, masonry and cementing of cellars. 

Manufacturer and Dealer in Brick. 



Office, 520 Spruce St., 8»House 



SCRANTON, PA. 



A New Pocket Map, ^^^,i?MSl^,Zl Price, 25^Cents 

SCRANTpN CITY GOVEBNMENT. 33 

SCRANTON CITY GOYERNMENT— 1893-4. 

Mayor — Hon. William L. CoNisrEiiii; office Municipal building; resi- 
dence, 303 Clay avenue. 

City Treasurer— R. G. Brooks, Municipal building; residence, 330 
Quincy avenue. 

City Controller — Fred. J. Widmayer, Municipal building; residence, 631 
North Washington avenue. 

City Solicitor— James H. Torrey, Municipal building; residence, 726 
Jefferson avenue. 

City Engineer — Joseph P. Phillips, Municipal building; residence, 1422 
Swetland street. 

Street Commissioner — Philip Kirst, Municipal building; residence, 1031 
Cedar avenue. 

Inspector of Buildings — John Nelson, Municipal building; residence, 732 
Madison avenue. 

Chief of Fire Department — Henry F. Ferber, Municipal building; resi- 
dence, 120 South Main avenue. 

Chief of Police — William T. Simpson, Municipal building; residence, 
1003 Mulberry street. 

City Clerk —M. T. La velle, Municipal building; residence, 540 Willow 
street. 

Clerk of Common Council — John P. Mahon, Municipal building; resi- 
dence, 424 Third street. 

Assistant City Clerk — Evan R. Morris, Municipal building; residence, 
1740 VonStorch avenue. 

Police Surgeon — Dr. William G. Fulton- residence, 545 Adams avenue. 

Assistant City Engineer — Edwin B. Sherwood; Municipal building; 
resilience, 344 Mifflin avenue. 

Assistant City Engineer — Dominic J. Healey, Municipal building. 

Clerk City Engineer's Department — P. W. Costello, Municipal building. 

Clerk City Treasurer's Department — P. J. Ruane, Municipal building. 

Clerk City Treasurer's Department— Charles B. Penman, Municipal 
building; residence, 1021 Mulberry street. 

Clerk City Treasurer's Department — D. J. Davis, Municipal building. 

Clerk City Controller's Department— Edward F. Eisele, Municipal 
building; residence, 328 New street. 

Clerk City Controller's Department — Charles E. House, Municipal 
building; residence, 407 South Main avenue. 

Health Officer — W. E. Allen, 433 Lackawanna avenue; residence, 512 
North Washington avenue. 

Secretary of Board of Health — Walter Briggs, Municipal building; resi- 
dence, 214 South Hyde Park avenue. 

Food Inspector — Richard Thomas, Municipal building; residence, 351 
Spring street. 

Sanitary Officer — William H. Burke, Municipal building. 

ACADEMY OF MUSIC 

RESTAURANT, 

243 NA/VOIS/IIIMG AVENUE, 

Where you can get a good meal at popular prices at all hours. Order 
cooking a specialty. Come and see us. Open until 12 p. m. 

Mrs. CARRIE BISHOP, Proprietor. 



Goto COLLINS & HACKETT for Fine CLOTHING 

^ *" ^^ ^ ^"^ •■••^■^■-« 220 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. 



34 



SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



C. P. SLACK, 

MANUFACTURER OF 

TIN and SHEET IRON WARE, 

1548 DICKSON AVENUE, 

Scranton, Pa. 




r. w. palmer, 

:FL0E/IST 

430 Spruce Street. 



DEALER IN 
STOVES, HEATERS and RANGES. 

Roofing, Spouting and Hot- Air Work, 
a specialty. 




Fresh Cut Flowers always on hand. Fu- 
neral Emblems a specialty, at lowest 
Prices. 

Greenhouse, 427 Webster Ave. 



PLUMBER, GAS «^ STEAM-FITTER 

1548 Dickson Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 



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JOBBING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 



Watches and Jewelry "" -«°"-^-= °---- 



GEO. PHILLIPS & CO., 27 & 28 Coal Exchange. 



SCRANTON CITY GOVERNMENT. 36 



SELECT COUNCIL. 

Meets on first and third Thursdays of each month. 

Finley Ross, 2801 North Main avenue, First ward. 

O. P. Miller, 1839 North Main avenue, Second ward. 

Peter Kelly, 820 Oak street, Third ward. 

Thomas D. Bevan, .505 North Main avenue. Fourth ward. 

Richard H. Williams, 1206 Academy street. Fifth ward. 

Patrick Golden, 502 Luzerne street, Sixth ward. 

John E. Roche, 812 Capouse avenue, Seventh ward. 

Victor Koch, 206 Lackawanna avenue, Eighth ward. 

C. E. Chittenden, 519 Lackawanna avenue. Ninth ward. 

Gteorge Farber, 1315 Ash street, Tenth ward. 

J. F. Schwenk, 1106 South Washington avenue, Eleventh ward. 

James J. Manley, 322 Prospect avenue, Twelfth ward. 

George Sanderson, 404 Lackawanna avenue, Thirteenth ward. 

Peter F. McCann, 510 Pleasant street. Fourteenth ward. 

Horatio T. Fellows, 428 Tenth street. Fifteenth ward. 

William Kellow, 214 Mulberry street. Sixteenth ward. 

F. H. demons, 422 Lackawanna avenue, Seventeenth ward. 

James H. Kelly, Fifth avenue corner Fifth street, Eighteenth ward. 

Charles W. Westpfahl, 631 Pittston avenue, Nineteenth ward. 

Alex. T. Connell, 418 Breck street, Twentieth ward. 

Victor H. Lauer, 746 North Main avenue. Twenty-first ward. 

C. E. Chittenden, President; M. T. Lavelle, Clerk. 

STANDING COMMITTEES 
Of Select Council for the year beginning April 3, 1893. 
The first named member of each committee is Chairman thereof. • 
Each committee meets at the call of the Chairman thereof. 

The Joint Auditing Committee meets on the Mondays following the first 
and third Thursdays of each month. 

Auditing— Sanderson, Williams, demons, Fellows, Kellow, Koch, Miller, 
Westpfahl. 
Finance — Farber, Williams, Fellows, Kelly, Roche. 
Judiciary — Sanderson, demons, Williams, Lauer, Miller. 
Estimates — Westpfahl, Sanderson, demons, Miller, Lauer. 
Streets and Bridges — Williams, Ross, Kellow, Manley, McCann. 
Sewers and Drains— demons, Connell, Sanderson, Miller, Golden. 



CARBONDALE BREWERY 

PETER KRANTZ, Proprietor, 

Laoer. flie # Porier. 

CARBONDALE, PA, 



We are Headquarters for FINE CLOTHING. CollinS<^ Hackett 

220 l_acl<a>vanna Avenue. ^^ 



36 



SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 




FREIuHT 8nd BAGGAGE wuh promptness. 

Moving Furniture a specialty. Special Trucks for 
Moving Scener3^ 

OFFICE OF THE SCRANTON BILL POSTING COMPANY. 
226 Lackawanna Ayenue, SCRANTON, PA. 

JOHN D. KOHL, 




Contractor and Builder 

Estimates for Buildings Furnished and all Jobbing promptly done. 
Plans and Specifications furnished for all kinds of Buildings. 

P. O. Box 454. 

MADISON AVENUE CORNER DELAWARE STREET, 

SCRANTON, PA. 



Clocks and Siherware "" -«°''---''- °--- 



GEO. PHILLIPS & CO., 27 & 28 Coal Exchange. 



SCBANTON CITY QOVBRNMKNT. 37 

Light and Water — Fellows, Williams, Kelly, Schwenk, Koch. 

Fire Department— Kellow, Miller, Farber, Schwenk, Fellows. 

Police — Koch, demons, Bevan, Manley, Kelly. 

Printing — Miller, Westpfahl, Koch, Kelly, Manley. 

Public Buildings — Westpfahl, Sanderson, Koch, Manley, Kelly. 

Railways— Ross, Kellow, Fellows, Manley, McCann. 

Taxes — Bevan, Ross, Westpfahl, Kelly, Roche. 

Rules — Kelly, Sanderson, Lauer, McCann, Chittenden. 

Laws and Ordinances — Roche, Ross, Kellow, McCann, Westpfahl. 

Sanitary — Golden, Farber, Bevan, Connell, Kelly. 

Treasurer's Accounts — Schwenk, Connell, Farber, Bevan, Williams. 

Manufactures — Lauer, Koch, Williams, Farber, Golden. 

Parks — Connell, Bevan, demons, Kelly, Golden. 

Pavements — Manley, Clemons, Sanderson, Fellows, Lauer. 



COMMON COUNCIL. 

Meets on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. 

Patrick H. Golden, 342 West Market street. First ward. 

William H. McDonnell, 210 Bast Market street. Second ward. 

James .J. Grier, 1060 West Market street. Third ward. 

William J. Thomas, 1832 Price street. Fourth ward. 

E. E. Robathan, 127 South Garfield avenue. Fifth ward. 

George J. Duhigg, 324 First street. Sixth ward. 

John McLean, 322 New street. Seventh ward. 

S. W. Roberts, 229 Penn avenue, Eighth ward. 

James Moir, 406 Lackawanna avenue, Ninth ward. 

Fred. Schwarz, 986 Richter street. Tenth ward. 

Robert Robinson, 526 Cedar avenue. Eleventh ward. 

Morgan Sweeney, 119 Irving avenue. Twelfth ward. 

T. B. Howe, 1725 Capouse avenue. Thirteenth ward. 

Patrick J. Nealis, 1014 Jackson street, Fourteenth ward. 

T. E. Davies, 228 Lackawanna avenue. Fifteenth ward. 

J. W. Browning, Commonwealth building, Sixteenth ward. 

Arja Williams, 409 Madison avenue. Seventeenth ward. 

Henry Williams, 131 South Seventh street. Eighteenth ward. 

.John P. Rink, 913 Stone avenue, Nineteenth ward. 

Daniel P. Battle, 1429 Prospect avenue. Twentieth ward. 

David A. Jones, 2825 Frink street. Twenty-first w^ard. 

James Moir, President; John P. Mahon, Clerk. 

W. F. WILL, Florist. 

Cut Flowers, Flowering and 
Decorative Plants. 

431 Spruce Street, 

Opposite Old Stand. 

^ SCRANTON, PA. 




BEST FITTING SDITSIH THE CITY AT ColHnS # Hackett 

38 SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTOBY. 

~ JOHN SIMPSON, 

Fine Merchant Tailor. 



M3^ stock comprises all the latest styles of fine imported and 
domestic fabrics. 



STYLE 



Workmanship 



ONE TRIAL I'^^h Sufficient 

To insure your future patronage. 

107 and 109 Wyoming Avenue. 
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE INSTITUTE, he^^x:,/^°?:e^ksxcic 

K. C. HANNON, 0. S. B. (Cliristiau Science Physician), President and founder, 809 I/inden street, 
corner Madison avenue. Absent treatments a specialty. DLseases cured by Christian Science. Chris- 
tian Science Mind Healing taught. Lectures given where caUed for. Free Lectures to the public at 
the Institute Chapel, 809 Linden street, every Sunday evening at 7:30; R. C. Hannon, C. S. B., speaker* 
Patients receive board and treatment. Tliis is the Apostolic Healing as in the days of Jesus. 
"Science and Health" book, by Mrs. Eddy, price |.3.00. 

Yiolin Maker, and Repairer 

OF ALL STRING INSTRUMENTS, 



JAMES FIDIAM 

1 Wheeler 



5 

1 Wheeler Place, Green Ridge, 



^k. 



PHILIP NEALON, 
Dealer in Boots, Shoes and Rubbers. 

Fine Repairing and Custom Worlc a Specialty. 
534 River Street, SCRA NTON, PA. 

NA/. C. DAVIS, 

Dealer in STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES. 

Our Specialty, Fruits and Country Produce. 

Everj'thing in season. 

1712 Lafayette Street, SCRANTON, IPA. 




T. I. LACEYasa SON "'"' ' ^'^'''"' "' 



Church Arhitecture. 



SCRANTON CITY GOVERNMENT. 39 

STANDING COMMITTEES 

Of Common Council for the year beginning April 3, 1893. 

The first named member of each Committee is Chairman thereof. 

Each Committee meets at the call of the Chairman thereof. 

The Joint Auditing Committee meets on the Mondays following the first 
and third Thursdays of each month. 

Auditing — Browning, Williams, Thomas, Roberts, Williams, Duhigg, 
Robathan, McDonnell. 

Pinance — Howe, Davies, Grier, Jones, McLean. 

Judiciary — Browning, Williams, Robathan, Golden, Grier. 

Estimates — Davies, Robinson, McDonnell, Duhigg, Roberts. 

Streets' and Bridges— Roberts, Thomas, Schwarz, Rink, Sweeney. 

Sewers and Drains — McDonnell, Williams, Battle, Nealis, Jones. 

Light and Water — Williams, Rink, Grier, Howe, McLean. 

Fire Department — Robathan, Roberts, Duhigg, Robinson, Williams. 

Police— Thomas, McDonnell, Schwarz, Robathan, Sweeney. 

Printing — Duhigg, Rink, Howe, Schwarz, Jones. 

Public Buildings — Williams, Browning, Battle, Rink, Schwarz. 

Railways — Robinson, McDonnell, Davies, Battle, Roberts. 

Taxes — Rink, Robathan, Golden, Davies, Nealis. 

Rules— McLean, Browning, Thomas, Duhigg, Sweeney. 

Laws and Ordinances — Nealis, Thomas, McLean, Howe, McDonnell. 

Sanitary — Battle, Williams, McLean, Roberts, Schwarz. 

License — Grier, Golden, Sweeney, Battle, Williams. 

Collector's Accounts — Schwarz, Rink, Nealis, Roberts, Williams. 

Treasurer's Accounts — Golden, Jones, Robinson, Howe, Nealis. 

Manufactures — Sweeney, Davies, Grier, Schwarz, Howe. 

Parks — Robinson, Robathan, Scwharz, Battle, Browning. 

Pavements -Jones, Nealis, Thomas, Williams, Golden. 



ALDERMEN. 

David M. Williams, First ward; Michael Horan, Second ward; Michael 
Noon, Third ward; William P. Morris, Fourth ward; M. L. Blair, Fifth 
ward; John W. Millet, Sixth ward; Patrick DeLacy, Seventh ward; 
Charles M. DeLong, Eighth ward; O. B. Wright, Ninth ward; J. Butter- 
man, Tenth ward; Peter Robling, Eleventh ward; C. C. Donovan, Twelfth 
ward; A. C. Bailey, Thirteenth ward; M. Andrew, Fourteenth ward; 
Thomas T. Morgan, Fifteenth ward; F. Fuller, Sixteenth ward; I. L. 
Post, Seventeenth ward; Martin Hore, Eighteenth ward; Christian Storr, 
Nineteenth ward; John O'Malley, Twentieth ward; M. J. Joyce, Twenty- 
first ward. 

C. E. HALL, 

Painiino^Kaisoniinfl. Paper Hanoino 

Ceilings Papered and Decorated. 

All orders promptly attended to. 

1013 West Lackawanna Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

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SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



W. J. NEALOUS, 

PRACTICAL 
HORSESHOER. 



Carriage 

Builder 

New Work made to 
order. 




Wagon 

Builder 

Repairing in all its 
branches. 



Horses shod on tine most approved 
principles. 



SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 
GIVE ME A CALL. 



Calvin St., above Chestnut. 
DUNIVIORE, F»A. 



W. D. OSTERHOUT S SON, 



rONTRflCTORS 






i»" BUILDERS 



Telephone 3.372. 

Interest charged after 30 days. 

All orders promptly atttended to. 



Dealers in. 



Lumber, Lath, Sash, Doors, Blinds, 
Shingles, Pickets, Mouldings 
and Building Material in General. 



W. D. OSTERHOUT. 
E. W. OSTEBHOTJT. 

THIRD STREET, 

Near E. & W.V. R. R. Depot. 




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P 



T. P. LETGhWORTh, 

FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER. 



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First-class Hearees, Caskets, 
Coffins and Shrouds 
Always on Hand. 

We make a specialty of 
Carpets, and sell them at 
prices as low as the lowest. 

ALSO CARPET SWCCPCRS. 



Window 
Glass 
and 
Putty. 



FU-RAI ITU-RE 

neatly repaired and 
varnished. 

Office and Warerooms : 

120 Chestnut St., 

DUNMORE, PA. 

CaTABLISHED IN 18T0. 



DAVIS & HOUPT, Architects, 



24, 25 and 26 Commonwealth 
Building, 
SCRANTON, PA. 



liACKAWANNA COUNTY OFFICEKS. 



41 



LACKAWANNA COUNTY OFFICERS— YEAR 1893. 

President Judge — R. W. Archbald, 136 Monroe avenue, Seranton. 
Additional Law Judge — F. W. Guuster, 809 Jefferson avenue, Seranton. 
Additional Law Judge — Peter P. Smith, 635 Adams avenue, Seranton. 
Court Stenographer — H. H. Coston, 404 Clay avenue, Scrautou. 
Court Stenographer — W. D. Coston, 404 Clay avenue, Seranton. 
District Attorney— John P. Kelly, Seranton. 
Assistant District Attorney — .Tames J. O'Neil, Carbondale, Pa. 
Assistant District Attorney — R. J. Beamish, Seranton. 
Sheriff— John J. Fahey, County Jail, Washington avenue, Seranton. 
Prothonotary — C. E. Pryor, 609 Gibson street, Seranton. 
Treasurer— D. W. Powell, 115 Sumner avenue, Seranton. 
Clerk of Courts — John H. Thomas, Carbondale, Pa. 

Deputy Clerk of Courts — T. P. Daniels, 127 North Hyde Park avenue, 
Seranton. 
Deputy Clerk of Courts— Emil Bonn, 410 Cedar avenue, Seranton. 
Recorder of Deeds— James J. Healy, Dunmore, Pa. 
Register of Wills— Henry T. Koehler, 527 Olive street, Seranton. 
Coroner— J. A. Kelley, Carbondale, Pa. 

Commissioner— H. L. Halstead, 922 Delaware street, Seranton. 
Commissioner— William Franz, 1004 South AVashington avenue, Seranton. 
Commissioner— J. J. Flanaghan, 516 Adams avenue, Seranton. 
Commissioners' Clerk — Charles F. Wagner, 1896 Gibson street, Seranton. 
County Solicitor— H. A. Knapp, 229 North Washington avenue, Seranton. 
Mercantile Appraiser— John Francis, Taylor, Pa. 
County Surveyor— A. B. Dunning, Jr., Elmhurst, Pa. 
Jury Commissioner— John T. Howe, ] 26 Adams avenue, Seranton. 
Jury Commissioner — Edward J. Ward. 
Auditor— John Morri^, 514 Pine street, Seranton. 
Auditor— Joseph A. Dolphin, Olyphant, Pa. 
Auditor— Stephen S. Spruks, 623 Prospect avenue, Seranton. 
School Superintendent — Jasper C. Taylor. 
County Detective— John Shea, 516 Orchard street, Seranton. 



\A/. F. ROSS, 




Practical Horse Shoer. 

The shoeing of Horses iwith^Corns, 
Contracted Feet, Interfering and Steel 
work a specialty. All work guaran- 
teed. 

227 Oakford Place, 

SCRANTON, PA. 



'^'i/orar.''/:Li'r'Aar„i"* collins & hackett 



42 



SCKANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



A. A. KROTZER, 

319 Apple Street. 



O. W. BIBSBCKBR, 

115 Shoemaker Street. 



KROTZER & BIESECKER, 

House and Sign Painters. 

ESTTIIVIATKS OIVKN ON ALL CLASSES OK WORK. 

HARDWOOD FINISHING A SPECIADTY. 
. .GRAINING, KADSOMINING, ETC. . 
.rOBBING DONE WITH NEATNESS AND 
DISPATCH 



115 Shoemaker Street and 319 4pple Street, 



Dimmore, Pa. 




W. T. LOVEUND 

DEALER IN 

CHICAGO 
Dressed Beef, Etc. 

Vegetable of all kinds in 
their Season. 

Bfakeley, near Grove st. 

DUNMORE, PA. 

OWEN FLYNN 

DEALER IN 

Choice Beef, Mutton, 

Lamb, Pork, Poultry, Ham, 
Sausage, Pigs' Feet, Lard, &c. 

Poultry and Game in Season. 

1 06 Chestnat Street, 

DUNMORE, PA. 

1 5 1 Chestnut Street. BOOt M 81106 MakeF. 

We do Repairing on the " while you wait" system. 

Gents' Shoes SoHng and Heeling from -eSc. 
Ladies' Shoes Soling and Heeling from 50c. 

Give us a trial, then you can judge for yourselves whether we dent give the hen 
value for money. DUNMORE, PA. 




Elm Park M. E. Church, ARE PLASTERED WITH 

Green Ridge Presbyterian Church, rAnAuUll WALL rLAoTC.n. 

STATE AND FEDERAL OFFICERS. 43 



PENNSYLYANIA STATE GOYERNMENT. 

Governor — Robert E. Pattison. 
Lieutenant-Governor — Lewis A. Watres. 
Secretary of the Commonwealth— William F. Harrity. 
Attorney-General— William U. Hensel. 
State Treasurer— John W. Morrison. 
Secretary of Internal Affairs — Thomas J. Stewart. 
Auditor-General— D. McM.^Gregg. 
Bureau of Statistics — Commissioner, Albert S. Bolles. 
Superintendent of Public Instructions — D. J. Waller, Jr. 
Adjutant General — W. W. Greenland. 
Insurance Department — Commissioner, George B, Luper. 
State Librarian — William H. Engle. 
Superintendent of Public Printing — W. Hayes Grier. 
Superintendent of Public Buildings and Grounds — John Lockhart. 
Secretary State Board of Agriculture— Thomas J. Edge. 
Factory Inspector^ — Robert Watchorn. 

Board of Public Charities— Malon H. Dickinson, President. 
State Committee of Lunacy — Thomas G. Morton, M. D., Chairman. 
State Board of Health and Vital Statistics— John H. McClelland, M. D., 
President. 
State Fishery Commission — Henry C. Ford, President. 



GOYERNMEMT OF THE UNITED STATES. 

President — Grover Cleveland, New York. Salary, $50,000. 
Vice-President — Adlai E. Stevenson, Illinois. Salary, $8,000. 
Secretary of State— Walter Q. Gresham, Illinois. Salary, $8,000. 
Secretary of the Treasury— John C. Carlisle, Keiitucky. Salary, $8,000. 
Secretary of War— Daniel S. Lamont, New YoiK. Salary, $8,000. 
Secretary of the Navy -Hilary A. Herbert, Alabama. Salary, $8,000. 
Secretary of the Interior — Hoke Smith, Georgia. Salary, $8,000. 
Secretary^f Agriculture— J. Sterling Morton, Nebraska. Salary, $8,000. 
Postmaster General— Wilson S. Bissell, New York. Salary, $8,000. 
Attorney General— Richard Olney, Massachusetts. Salary, ^$8,000. 

JAMES COLLINS, 

Garoenier and Boilder. 

Estimates Given. 

.lobbing prom ptly[ attended to. 

Hardwood Finishing and Stair Build- 
ing a specialty. 

216 Mifflin Avenue, 

SCRANTPON, PA. 




•^'""'^!!;'fL^"l°r;"*L Collins & hackett 



44 SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

R. D. CLANCV; 

Carpenter ^ General Builder. 

SPECIAL PLANS MADE. 



1805 Ross fluenUe, Scranton, Pa. 

J. D. WILLIMS I BRO., 



-DEALERS IN- 



- Bicycles, Tricycles, Baby Carriages, - 
Express Wagons, Toys DescHpllons. 

Oandy- and Ice Cream, ^Wholesale and Retail 

Agent for Cretor's Steam Peanut Roaster. 

314 Lackawanna fluenii?, SCRANTON, PA. 

IZy^. ID. ^TO^EBS^ER, 
Graining, Painting & Paper Hanging. 

Estimates Furnished. All NA^ork Guaranteed. 

814 Sunset Avenue, SCRANTON, PA. 

==GRADUATKD GERIVIAN ]VIID-\NriFK,= 

ENGAGEMENTS SOLICITED. 

No. 343 Bromley Avenue, near Swetland St., Scranton, Pa. 



NR I FVY il^ RRfl DIAMONDS at Wholesale. 
. D. LtV I V3L OnU. Coal K^cd^singe. 



SCBANTOISr POLICE DEPARTMENT. 



45 



POLICE DEPARTMENT. 



The following is a complete list of regular officers' names, contained in 
the Police Department of the City of Scranton : 



W. T. Simpson, Chief. 
J. Robert Simpson, Clerk. 
Dr. F. B. Fulton, Police Surgeon. 
Richard J. Edwards, Sergeant. 
John Davis, " 

Thos. Williams, " 

Peter Zang, " 

Michael Spellman, " 

Martin Gurrell, Patrolman. 
John Johler, " 

Dominick F. Boland, Patrolman. 
Robt. H. Deiter, " 

Joseph Twiss, " 

D. P. Roche (mounted), " 
Jonathan Rodham, " 

Stephen Dyer, '' 

John Duggan, " 

Wm. Hetzeroth, " 

Thos. Thomas, " 

M. J. Walsh, " 

Harry Haag, " 



Chas. Ridgwaj', Patrolman. 

John Moir, 

Jas. Feeney, 

James Saul, 

Thos. Jones, 

Wm. Gscheidle, 

John Saltry, 

Amasa Palmer, 

Victor Sartor, 

I. F. Jones, 

Thos. Lowry, 

John Thomas, 

Wm. Matthews, 

Conrad Mai'ker, 

John Coslett, 

Ernest Schmidt, 

Wm, H. Burke, Sanitary. 

Louis Goerlitz, Patrolman. 

Martin Flaherty, " 

Frank Gleason, '• 

Thos. Evans, " 



There are also 125 special officers. 



Insure in the^ 



Mutual Benefit Life Association 



OF AMERICA. 



L. P. WILLIAMS, 



Room 15, P. O. Building, 

SCRANTON PA. 



GENERAL AGENT. 




220LLckawZinfAven^ue.^ ^'^ COLLINS & HACKETT 

46 SCBANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



HAIvIvO! 
Is this ADAMS, the PAINTER? 

YES ! 
What Kind of Work do You do? 

All kinds of House Painting, 
Graining, Kalsomining, Paper 

Hanging and Hardwood 

Finishing 

In the best possible manner and at the 

lowest prices. 
"All Right," come over at once and see what we 

need in your line. 

J. W. ADAMS, the Painter, 

1417 Penn Ave., SCRANTON, PA. 

THE ACME "' ''" Tiieciioiccsi 
MEAT MARKET "' "* 

Pure Kettle -Rendered Lard. 

Strictly Fresh Eggs. 
Pure Milk. Choice Butter. 

Oysters. 
Poultry and Game in Season. 

AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES. 

S. E. AKERLEY, 

1916 NORTH MAIN AVENUE. 

Telephone C»ll 843. 




Olyphant "Ready Pay Market. 

Olyphant, Pa. 



Agents Wanted ^ 



SCRANTON COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION, 
234 Lackawanna Avenue. 



SCRANTON FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



47 




SCRANTON FIRE DEPARTMENT. 



Franklin Engine Company, 126 Hyde Park avenue. 

Nay- Aug Engine Company, 209 Spruce street. 

Neptune Engine Company, 820 Cedar avenue. 

Crystal Engine Company, 320 Linden street. 

Relief Engine Company, 1405 Ash street. 

General Phinney Engine Company, 1631 Dickson 
avenue. 

Liberty Hose Company, 3 East Market street. 

Eagle Hose Company, 334 Fifth avenue. 

Phoenix Hose Company, 606 Lackawanna avenue. 

Niagara Hose Company, 35 East Market street. 

Columbia Hose Company, 1009 Scranton street. 

Excelsior Hose Company, 331 Oak street. 

Hook and Ladder Company, 710 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

William Connell Hose Company, 1909 Pittston 
avenue. 

Century Hose Company, 417 Pittston avenue. 

Cumberland Hose Company, West Market street. 



ABSTRACT FROM CITY ORDINANCE, 

ADOPTING SYSTEM OF FIRE ALARMS, APPROVED OCTOBER 15, 1887. 

Any person or persons who may cause a false alarm to be struck, know- 
ing such alarm to be false, shall incur a penalty of not less than twenty- 
five dollars nor more than fifty dollars for each and every oflfense, to be 
recovered as provided in Section 4 of the Ordinance, and in default, pay- 
ment may be enforced by imprisonment for not more than thirty days. 



ISTo. 313 Spr-uce Street, 
Scran-ton, Fa. 



^^"■■'fa£';ea^vra!.l^tT,ue. COLLINS & HACKETT 

48 SCBANTON CITY BUSINESS DIBECTOEY. 

GREAT 4 CENT store; 



DEALERS IN 



Glassware, Crockery, Tinware, 
Toys, /Notions, ■Hardware, 

School Supplies, House Furnishings, Fire Works, Flags, 
Sheet Music, Etc., Etc. 



We have added a J^eiv Dej^artnient doivn-stairs 

For Household Furnishings, 
Toys, Gsnnes, Oolls, Elto. 



J. H. LAD WIG, Prop. 

310 Lackawanna Ave., SCRANTON, PA. 



Contractor in Wall Paper, Paints of all kinds. House and 
Sign Painting, Decorating and Paper Hanging. 

Uo. i-Tss X^a.fa.3ret;-te Street, SCE.Alsr^OXX, FJL. 

EDMUND A. BARTL, 

CIVIL, MINING ENGINEER 
AND ARCHITECT. 

404 Lackawanna Avenue, SCRANTON, PA. 

Telephone 2863. 



Be up to the times and get a copy of THIS WORK. 

FIRICE- $1.00- 

SCB ANTON FIRE DEPABTMENT. 49 



INSTEUf TION TO KEY-HOLDERS. 

1. Key-holders are responsible for the care of the Are alarm key until 
taken from the box by the proper officer, and are liable for the penalty of 
not less than twenty-five dollars nor more than fifty dollars for each and 
every offence, to be recovered as provided in Section 4 of the ordinance, if 
a second alarm should be sent from the same box for the same fire, unless 
the same be done by an officer of the Fire Department. 

2. To turn in an alarm, put the key in the door, and turn it to the right; 
open the door, pull the hook down once and let go. 

3. Do not pull the hook if the fire bells or the small bell in the box be 
striking, as that indicates an alarm has already been given. 

4. Always give the alarm from the box nearest the fire. 

5. Key-holders upon changing their location will please leave word at 
the Chiefs office. 



LOCATION OF FIRE-ALARM BOXES. 

BOX NO. LOCATION. 

12. Weston Mill, No. 49 Lackawanna avenue. 

13. Cliff Works, CliflF street. 

14. Corner Lackawanna avenue and Seventh street. 

15. Corner Lackawanna and Penn avenues. 

16. Dickson Manufacturing Co., Vine street. 

17. Lackawanna Iron & Steel Co., Steel Works. 

18. Lackawanna Iron & Steel Co., Old Rail Mill. 

19. Corner Mulberry street and Webster avenue. 

21. Corner Jefferson and Lackawanna avenues. 

22. Corner Wyoming avenue and Spruce street. 

23. Corner Linden street and Franklin avenue. 

24. Corner Washington avenue and Mulberry street. 

25. Corner Olive street and Adams avenue. 

26. Corner Lackawanna and Washington avenues. 

27. Corner Mulberry street and Madison avenue. 

28. Corner Jefferson avenue and Gibson street. 

29. Corner Monroe avenue and Pine street. 

31. Corner Ninth and Robinson streets. 

32. Corner South Main avenue and Hampton street. 

33. Corner Swetland street and Bromley avenue. 

34. Corner Lackawanna and North Main avenues. 

35. Corner Jackson street and Main avenue. 

36. Corner Jackson street and Lincoln avenue. 

GEO. A. BRIEGEL, 

PAINTER and PAPER HANGER. 

Office, Arcade Building, Wyoming Avenue, Scranton, Pa. 

House Painting, Paper Hanging, Kalsoniining, and all other work 

in my line promptly attended to. 
•■idence, Adams avenue near Larch street. 



'*'"'!T^J;:.^^°Z*lZ^.t COLLINS & HACKETT 

60 SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIEECTOEY, 

MEGARGEE Bros. 

Office and Warehouse, '1 30 NOrth WaSWDgtOD AYG., 

SCRANTON, PA. 

of Every 
Description 



Paper.. 



Our Printed Wrappers are Unexcelled for 
Neatness and Quality. 

Paper Bags, Oyster Pails, 

Flour Sacks, Ice Cream Pails, 
Sugar Bags, Clothing Boxes, 
Butter Dishes, Berry Pails 

Type Writing Paper. Cut Cards. 

Envelopes of every style and quality. Card Board. 

All Grades of Twine. Printers' Ink. 

RICE, LEVY & CO., 

WHOLESALE GROCERS, 

No. 30 LACKAWANNA AVENUE, 

SCRANTON, PA. 

J. C. TUTTLE, 

General Jobbing, 
Carpentering, 
Repairing and Cabin- 
et-Making. 

Estimates on all classes of 

work. 
219 Center Street, Scranton, Pa 




PA PA POM 'S THE MOST SUBSTANTIAL WALL PLASTER m 
rMllMUUIl Send for Catalogue. 515 Green Ridge 



manufactured. 
St. 



SCBANTON FIRE DEPARTMENT. 51 



37. Corner Everett avenue and Jackson street. 

38. Corner Garfield avenue and Lafayette street. 

39. Corner Sumner avenue and Washburn street. 

41. Corner Washington avenue and Hickory street. 

42. Corner Third and Fellows streets. 

43. Corner Fifth avenue and Fifth street. 

44. Corner Scranton and Seventh streets. 

45. Corner South Eighth and Hampton streets. 

46. Corner Stone avenue and Hemlock street. 

47. Corner Pittston avenue and Willow street. 

48. Corner Prospect avenue and Beech street. 

51. Corner Cedar avenue and Alder street. 

52. Corner Prospect avenue and River street. 
63. Corner Cedar avenue and Elm street. 

54. Corner Washington avenue and Maple street. 

55. Corner Cedar avenue and Pear street. 

56. Scranton Steel Works. 

57. Corner Prospect avenue and Fig street. 

61. Providence road and Carbon street. 

62. Corner Capouse avenue and Phelps street. 

63. Stowers Packing Company, Pine Brook. 

64. Washington avenue and New York street. 

65. Corner Marion street and Capouse avenue. 

66. D. & H. R. R., Green Ridge street. 

67. Corner Wyoming avenue and Ash street. 

68. Corner Delaware street and Penn avenue. 

71. Corner Dickson avenue and East Market street. 

72. Corner Court street and Diamond avenue. 

73. Providence road and North Main avenue. 

74. Corner Market street and North Main avenue. 

75. Corner North Main avenue and Parker street. 

81. Corner Brick avenue and Oak street. 

82. Corner Bloom avenue and Market street. 

83. Corner Irving avenue and Ash street. 

84. Corner Wayne avenue and William street. 

85. Corner West Market and Winona streets. 

123. D., L. & W. Freight Depot. 

124. Corner Clay avenue and Vine street. 
218. D., L. & W. Car Shops. 

321. D., L. & W. Machine Shop. 

322. Corner Tenth and Luzerne streets. 

323. Corner Fifteenth and Luzerne streets. 



Michael Hand, Jas. J, Cboghan. 

Scranton Brewing Co. 

BREWERS OF 

Cream .-. Stock .-. Ales, 

INDIA PALE ALES ^ PORTER, 

1216, 1218 and 1220 Gedar Avenue. 



'"''IVo'ifJtlTnfirf'*''-'' COLLINS & HACKETT 



52 



SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 




Penn'a Roolino Go., 



326 N. Washington Ave., 
SCRANTON, - PA. 

Ebonite Varnisli, 

Excelsior Slate Paint, 
Granite Roofing & Felt 

For Sale or Applied by Our 
Own Workmen. 



ST. JAMES HOTEL 

W. T. JENKINS, Propr. 

Meals and Lodgings at all Hours. 

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. 
105 LAeKAWA/NIAIA AVE/NUE 

OPPOSITE D. L. & W. DEPOT, 

SCRANTON, - . - - Pa. 





DORR'S HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, 

FRED DURR, Proprietor. 

MEALS TO ORDER AT ALL HOURS. 
SAMPLE "ROOM. 



ALSO A FULL LINE OF 



Ales, Liquors, Wines, Cigars & Tobacco 



313 LACKAWANNA AVENUE, 



SCRANTON, PA. 



M. F. REZILL-V, 

HOTEL AND RESTAURANT. 

A Choice Line of Ales, Wines, Liquors and Cigars. 
226 Lackawanna ave., - scranton, pa. 

If money you would save, PHTT TP GARBFR 
Tben go to Soldier Phil rnii^ir »cr/^lVUJ^iv, 



For a neat, artistic shave ; 
Phil fills the bill. 



ToNSORiAL Parlors, 

CoK. Penn and Lackawanna Avks., 

UKPBB COYNE HOUSE. SCRANTON, PA. 

SUPERFLUOUS HIRSUTE DEXT ERIOUSLY ANNIH ILATED WITH 
CyCLdNiC RAPIDITY. 



M/\ rnrt<4c of Pof-atl GEO. PHILLIPS &, CO., Wholesale Jewelers, 



SCRANTON POST OFFICE. 53 



SCRANTON POST OFFICE. 

Penn avenue, corner Spruce .street; after April Lst, 1894, North Washing- 
ton avenue corner Linden. 
Stamp window open from 7:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. 
Postmaster— F. M. Vandling. 
Assistant Postmaster — Herman Osthaus. 

Superintendent of Mails — Louis Schantz. " 

Money Order Clerk— T. J. Egan. 
Kegis'try Clerk— J. F. Schwenk. 
Stamp Clerk G. J. Duhigg. 
General Delivery Clerk — Evan G. Reese. 
First Assistant Mailing Clerk — W. D. Roche. 
Second Assistant Mailing Clerk — Rush Wright. 
Night Clerk— Joseph H. Mathias. 
Additional Night Clerk— Christ. Neher. 
Utility Clerk— Joseph W. Hall. 
Assistant Delivery Clerk — David H. Jenkins. 
Stamper — Elias Williams. 
Mail Messenger— Michael Coggins. 
Transfer Clerk — John Long. 

STAMP AGENTS. 

George W. Jenkins, lul South Main avenue. 
Thomas D. Lewis, 105 West Market street. 

C. P. Jones, 1560 Dickson avenue. 

John Kilcullen, 490 South Washington avenue. 
George Schultz, 1514 Ash street. 

S. L. Foulke, corner Adams avenue and Mulberry street. 
William E. Smith, 1004 South Washington avenue. 
J. A. Manley, 1418 Pittston avenue. 

D. M. Jones, corner Main avenue and Hampton street. 
A. J. Mahon, 509 Third street. 

L. D. Powers, 414 Cedar avenue. 

H. N. Cole, 1438 Capouse avenue. 

Peter Frantz, 9(il Meadow avenue. 

Finley F. Ross, 2727 North Main avenue. 

H. C. Sanderson, Washington avenue and Spruce street. 

RAILWAY POSTAL, CLERKS. 

George Schultz, Jr. J. Porter Dunham. 

W. E. Geddes. N. R. Swingle. 

Letter Carriers— Harry E. Whyte, W. D. Morgan, E. D, Jones, John H. 
Phillips, E. S. Evans, J." H. Williams, Joseph Schiel, Jr., Henry Knoepfel, 
Eugene Evans, Walter McNicholas, E. R. Pickering, John Kelly, L. Johler, 
Thomas R. Jones, Armit Thomas, Michael O'Malley, Fred. H. Emory, 
Joseph Fidiam, Joseph D. Thomas, Argus N. Jenkins, John R. Thomas, 
James McGinness, Thomas O. Williams, William A. Mosier, Lucius R. 
Squires, Joshua R. Thomas, Benjamin L. Jones. 

Miss Frances L'Amoureaux, 

FASHIONABLE DRESS MAKING PARLORS. 

Style and Perfect Fit guaranteed. 

Out of town work promptly attended to. 

ARCADE BUILDING, 

215 WYOMING AVENUE, SCRANTON, PA. 



visit COLLINS & HACKETT for Fine clothing 

wi^iii vvri,i-ii^ w ^x. iif-mvimki i 220 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. 

•54 SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIBECTORY. 

TBI REFORMER 

H. G. DUNNING, Editor and Proprietor. 

A ^VEEKLY NEWSPAPER. DEVOTED TO THE 
BEST INTERESTS OK THE PROVIDENCE 
SECTION OE THE CITY 

Bntered at ttie Postoffice at Scranton, F*a., a» 
«eco«d»class mattei-, Januarj' 36, 1893. 

Published Ev^ry Thiirsday at Scranton, Pa. 

Delivered by mail or carriers, at SI. 00 per _^ Advertising Rates reasonable, and made 
year, payable in advance. ^^ known on application. 

Address all communications to 

2407 North Main Ave. THE REFORMER SCRANTON. PA. 

Established 1872. 

The Pioneer Sunday Newspaper. 
Largest Circulation in the Coal Regions- 
Unrivalled as an Advertising Medium. 



5 cent per copy. $2.00 a year. 



F. A. BEAMISH, Publisher and Proprietor. 
E. J. LYNETT, Editor. 



WOODWARD BROTHERS, 

Publishers and Job Printers, 

DUNMORE, SCRANTON, 

122 Qtiincy Avenue. 1409 IVIonsey Avenue. 



PROPRIETORS OF TWO LIVE WEEKLY PAPERS. 

Contracts for Advertising in Both Papers 
at Reduced Rates. 



For Prans a^nd S^pecifications ^^ ^ ^(^1 § gQN, AFCMteCtS 

POSTAL INFORMATION. 55 



MAILABLE MATTER. 
Maflable Matter is divided into f otir classes, viz. : 

Mrst Class — This embraces letters, sealed packages wholly or partly in writ- 
ing, except book manuscript with corrected proof, passing between authors 
and publfehers, local or drop letters and United States Postal Cards. 

Second Class — This class embraces aU matter exclusively in print, and regu- 
larly issued at stated periods from a known office of publication, without 
addition by writing, mark or sign. 

Third Class — This class embraces books, transient newspapers and periodi- 
cals, circulars and other matter wholly in print, proof sheets, manuscript copy 
with corrected proof sheet accompanying the same. 

Fourth Class — This class embraces all matter not embraced in the first, sec- 
ond or third class, which is not in the form of matter liable to injuj-e, deface, 
or otherwise damage the contents of the mail bag or injure the person of any 
one engaged in the postal service, and is not above four pounds in weight, ex- 
cept in the case of single books. 

AU packages of matter of the fourth class must be so wrapped or enveloped 
that their contents may be readily and thoroughly examined by postmasters 
without injuring or destroying the wrappers ; but seeds and other articles lia- 
ble from their form or nature, to loss or damage unless specially protected, 
may be enclosed in unsealed bags or boxes which can readily be opened for 
examination and reclosed ; or sealed bags made of material sufficiently trans- 
parent to show the contents clearly, without opening, may be used for such 
matter. 

RATES OF POSTAGE. 

United States letters per ounce or fraction thereof, 2 cents ; transient news- 
papers and magazines, one cent for each four ounces or fraction thereof ; un- 
sealed circulars, etc., 1 cent for every two ounces or fraction thereof; mer- 
chandise (weight limited to four pounds) 1 cent per ounce or fraction thereof ; 
drop letters per ounce or fraction thereof, 3 cente. 

POSTAL CARDS. 

The postage is paid by the stamp impress30 on the cards, and no further 
payment is reqtured. The address may be either written, printed or affixed 
thereto at the option of the sender. No card is a " postal card " except sucli 
as are issued by the Post Office Department. An ordinary printed business 
card may be sent through the mails when prepaid by a 1 cent postage stonii> 
attached, but such card must absolutely contain no written matter except lb'- 
address ; otherwise it will be treated as not fully prepaid, and refused aduiis- 
sion into the mails. 

FRED. A. WAGNER, 

PUBLISHER OF THE 

%mm : woonenDiau. 

OldestGennan paper iu.Northeastern Pennsylvania. Established 1(^65. 
Large Circulation. General Job Printing neatly done. 

511 Lackawanna Avenue. Scranton, Pa. 



'^'"^'""At-rJ^LMSyfl'i^''!'.'"-''" «* COLLINS & HIIGKEIT 



56 



SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



AMERICAN 

Directory and Publishing ( 

35-37 CANNON STREET, 
Bridgeport, - Conn. 

PUBLISHERS OF 

Direciories and Maps 




The Following Works Are Published at 
This Office: 

Bridgeport City Business and Street Directory. 

Daiibury and Norwalk Business and Street Directory. 

Stamford, Port Chester and Mount Vernon Business and 

Street Directory. 
Paterson and Passaic Business and Street Directory. 
Trenton, N. J., Business and Street Directory. 
Scranton, Pa., Business and Street Directory. 
Pocket Edition, Bridgeport Street Directory and 3Iap. 
Pocket Edition, Danbury Street Directory and Map. 
Pocket Edition, Paterson Street Directory and Map. 
Pocket Edition, Scrantou Street Directory and Map. 



Directories supplied to the Trade of all Principal Cities in 
the United States at Publishers' Prices. If you Cannot ob- 
tain a Copy of any Special Trades' Directory you may desire, 
write or caN on us and we will procure it for you. 



WOOD ENGRAVINGS AND ELECTROTYPES 

Of the Highest Grade, Made to Order at Short Notice. 



DAVIS & HOUPT, Architects, 



24, 25 and 26 Commonwealth 
Building, 
SCRANTON, PA. 



POSTAL INFORMATION. 57 



THE POLLCWING- ARTICLES ARE UNMAILABLE. 

Packages containing liquids, poisons, glass, explosive chemicals, live 
animals, razors, sharp pointed instruments, sugar or any other matter 
liable to destroy the contents of the mail, or injure the person of any one 
connected with the service. All letters upon the envelope of which, or 
postal card upon which obscene, scurrilous or abusive epithets have been 
written or printed or disloyal devices printed or engraved, and letters or 
circulars concerning illegal lotteries, so-called gift concerts, or other similar 
enterprises, offering prizes, or concerning schemes devised and intending 
to deceive and defraud the public. Also all obscene, lascivious books, 
pamphlets, pictures, papers, prints, or other publications of an indecent 
character. 

Liquids and oils (not exceeding four ounces liquid measures), paste, 
salves, or articles easily liquiflable, and sharp pointed instruments are 
permissable through the mails under certain conditions, such as weight, 
packing, etc. For full particulars see Sec. 20, P. L. and R., or inquire at 
the Post Office. 

RATES OF FOREIGN POSTAGE. 

UNIVERSAL POSTAL, UNION. 

The rates for the countries and places which belong to the Postal Union i 
a MM of which is given helou\ are as follows: 

Prepayment Optional, except for registered articles, but on printed 
matter and samples, postage must be at least partially prepaid. 

Letters, 5 cents per 15 grammes, a weight very slightly over one-half 
ounce. Post Cards, 2 cents each. 

Printed Matter, one cent for each two ounces or fraction. LimitTof 
weight, 4 lbs. 6 oz.; limit of length, except to Great Britain and Germany, 
18 inches. To Great Britain and Germany, 24 inches. 

Commercial Papers (Insurance Documents, Way-Bills, Invoices, Papers 
of Legal Procedure, Manuscript of Works, etc.), the same as for printed 
matter, but the lowest charge is 5 cents. 

Sam.ples of Merchandise. The rate is the same as for printed matter, but 
the lowest charge is 2 cents. Limit of weight is Sf oz.; limit of length, 8 
in.; breadth, 4 in.; depth, 2 in., except to Great Britain, France, Belgium, 
Ireland, Switzerland, Argentine Republic and Italj^ to which countries 
the limit of weight is 12 oz. ; limit of length, 12 in.; breadth, 8 in.; depth, 
4 in. 

Unm,ailahle Articles. All articles prohibited from domestic mails are 
also excluded from foreign mails, also liquids. 

T. G. MIBSS, 

JSJEI^CHa/NT S^ILOK 

J:' Clothes cleaned, pressed and repaired. 

|: Also full line of Suits. 

|: Goods called for and delivered. 

:3^'7 Spruce St., 

SCRAISITOINI, RA. 



Fine Clothing, Popular Prices, at COLLINS & HACKETT'S 

220 Lackawanna Avenue. 
58 SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

SIMON LAUER. LEWIS MARKS. 

LAUER & MARKS, 

Clothiers, 

Hatters and Furnishers. 



Our stock comprises one of the largest assortments 
of Men's, Boys' and Youths' Clothing to be 
found in this city. 

In our Hat, Cap and Gents' Furnishing Goods 
Department we carry nothing but the 
newest styles, with prices correct. 

321 and 323 Lackawanna Ave., 
SCRANTON, PA. 

Carpets 

Wail Papers 

Draperies 

Window Shades 

A Choice Selection of Skin Rugs. 

WILLIfUMSlFcflNULTY 

Library Building. Wyoming Ave. 



Lime, Cement ^ Plaster, ''^^T.l'.^ri^.^.'^Z'^.'^- 



INTERESTING FACTS. 



59 



INTERESTING FACTS. 

A ton of silver is worth §3,770,484.00. 

A ton of gold is worth $60,279,921.00. 

A si^uare mile contains 640 acres. 

The Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean. It contains 80,000,000 square 
miles. 

The present national colors were not adopted until 1777. 

St. Peter's church is the largest church in the world. It will contain 
54,000 persons. 

Gilmore's Garden is the largest theatre in the world. It will contain 
8,443 persons. 

The Mount St. Gothard Tunnel, Itah', is 48,840 feet long, or nearly ten 
miles, and the longest in the" world. 

Postoffices were first established in 1464. 

The Montreal Bridge is the longest bridge in the world. It is 8,701 feet 
long. 

The Brooklyn Bridge is the next longest bridge in the world. It is 
5,989 feet long. 

The best time made swimming was made by Charles F. Senk at New 
York City, Sept 1, 1878. Time, 12:43]. 

The Mt. Everest (Himalayes) Mountain is the highest and greatest 
mountain in the world. It is 29,902 feet high, or 5] miles. 

Sorato is the highest and greatest mountain in America. It is 21,284 
feet high, or 4 miles. 

The first Lucifer match was made in 1829. 

The average human life is 31 years. 

Modern needles came into use in 1545. 

The Washington Monument is the highest structure in the world. It is 
555 feet high. 



Powers of Loooniotion 

Of animals, and average velocities of various 
bodies. Miles in hours and feet in seconds. 

Per Hour Per Sec. 

Miles. Feet. 

A man walks 3 or 4 

A horse trots 7 or 10 

A horse runs 20 or 29 

Steamboat runs 18 or 26 

Sailing vessel runs . 10 or 14 

Slow rivers flow 3 or 4 

Rapid rivers flow 7 or 10 

A moderate wind 

blows 7 or 10 

A storm moves 36 or 52 

A hurricane moves.. 80 or 117 

A rifle ball moves 1,000 or 1,466 

Sound moves 743 or 1,142 

Light moves 192,000 miles per sec- 
ond. Electricity moves 288,000 
miles per second. 



Distances Around tlie WoiUl. 

The following includes the principal stopping 

places and distances between them in 

a direct line around the world. 

Miles. 

New York to San Francisco 3,450 

San Francisco to Yokohama 4,764 

Yokohama to Hong Kong 1,620 

Hong Kong to Singapore 1,150 

Singapore to Calcutta 1,200 

Calcutta to Bombay 1,409 

Bombay to Aden 1,664 

Aden to Suez 1,308 

Suez to Alexandria 250 

Alexandria to Marseilles 1,300 

Marseilles to Paris. 536 

Paris to London. 316 

London to Liverpool 205 

Liverpool to New York 3,000 

Total 22,172 



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CENSUS OF 1890. 

Showing all Towns and Cities over 3,000, arranged alphabetically, to- 
gether with the figures of 1880, and showing the growth of the last ten years. 

The following are from the oflB.cial returns of the Federal Census of 1890. 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 



Abington 

Adams 

Amesbury 

Amherst 

Andover 

Arlington 

Athol 

Attlebrough 

Barnstable 

Beverly 

Blackstone 

Boston 

Bradford 

Braintree 

Bridgewater 

Brockton 

Brookfield 

Brookline 

Cambridge 

Canton 

Chelsea 

Chicopee 

Clinton 

Concord 

Danvers 

Dartmouth 

Dedham 

Deerfield 

Dennis 

Basthampton 

Easton 

Everett 

Fairhaven 

Fall River 

Fitchburg 

Framingham 

Franklin 

Gardner 

Gloucester 

Grafton 

Great Barring^on. 

Haverhill 

Hingham 

Holhston 

Holvoke 

Hudson 

Hyde Park ,... 

Ipswich 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Leicester 

Lenox 

Leominster 

Lexington 

Lowell 

Lynn 

Maiden 

Mansfield 

Marblehead 

Marlborough 

Medford 

Melrose 

Methnen 

Middleborough . . . 



3 
5~ 
3- 
4' 
5' 
4 
4 
II 
4 
8 

4 
362 

2, 

3. 

3. 
13 

2 

S, 
52, 

4 



100 
307 
III 
242 
456 
907 

839 
643 
855 
620 
60S 
820 
057 
669 
516 
7S2 
2S6 
029 
922 
59S 
430 
233 
54. 
28S 
206 
902 
159 
2.875 
48,961 
429 
235 
.051 



915 
739 
088 
699 
151 
,939 
,779 
."43 
.772 
,460 
.475 
.274 
,017 
.765 
.467 
•,127 
,573 
,560 
.392 
,237 



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CITIES AND TOWNS. 



Milford 

Millburj' 

Milton 

Monson 

Montague 

Nantucket , 

Natick 

Needham 

New Bedford 

Newton 

Newburyport 

North Adams 

North Attleboro. 
North Andover... 

Northampton 

Northbridge 

North Brookfield. 

Norwood 

Orange 

Palmer 

Pepperell 

Peabody 

Pittsfield 

Plymouth 

Provincjetown 

Quincy 

Randolph 

Reading 

Revere 

Rockland 

Rockport 

Salem 

Sangus 

Somerville 

South Hadley 

Southbridge 

Spencer 

Springfield 

Stoneham 

Stoughton 

Sutton 

Swampscott 

Tauuton 

Templeton 

Uxbridge ; .. 

Wakefield 

Waltham 

Wareham 

Warren 

Watertown 

"Webster 

Wellesley 

Weymouth 

Westborough .... 
West Bovlston . . . 

We.stfield 

West Springfield. 

Whitman 

Williamtown 

Wincheudon 

Winchester 

Woburn 

Worcester 



Total Population 



4,260 

9.213 

9.798 

4,512 

6,142 

5,629 

6,319 

7,577 

4,023 
10,821 

6,138 
448,477 

3,720 

4,8 ' 

4.249 
27,294 

3,352 
12,103 
70,028 

4,52s 
27,909 
14,050 
10,424 

4^427 

7,454 

3,122 

7,123 

2,910 

2,899 

4,395 

4,493 
11,068 

2,919 
74,398 
22,037 

9,239 

4,831 

8,424 
24.651 

5,002 

4,612 
27,412 

4,564 

2,619 
35,637 

4,670 
10,193 

4,439 
44,654 

3,785 

3,120 

2,889 

7,269 

3,197 
77,696 
55-727 
23,031 

3,432 

8,202 
13,085 
11,079 

8,519 

4,814 

6,065 

Massachusettes State. 2,238,943, 



9,310 

4.741 
3,206 
3.758 
4,875 
3,727 
8,479 
5,252 
26,845 
16,995 
13,538 
10,191 

3,217 

12,172 
4,053 
4,459 
2-345 
3,169 
5,504 
2.348 
9,028 

13,364 
7,093 
4,346 

10,570 
4,027 
3. 181 
2,263 
4,553 
3.912 

27,563 
2,625 

24,93. 
3,53s 
6,464 
7,466 

33-340 
4,890 
4,875 
3,105 
2,500 

21,213 
2,789 
3,111 
5,547 

17,712 
2,896 
3,889 
5,426 
5,696 

10,570 
5,214 
2,994 
7-587 
4,149 
3-024 
3-394 
3,722 
3,802 
10,931 
58.291 



1S90 



8,780 
4,428 
4,278 
3,650 
6,296 
3,268 
9-118 
3,035 
40,733 
24,379 
13,947 
16,074 
6,727 
3,742 
14,990 
4,603 
3,871 
3,733 
4,568 
6,520 
3,127 
10,158 
17,281 

7,314 
4,642 

16,723 
3.946 
4,088 
5,668 
5-213 
4,087 

30,801 

3,673 

40,152 
4,261 
7,655 
8,747 

44,179 
6,155 
4,852 
3,180 
3,198 

25,448 
2-999 
3,408 
6,982 

18,707 
3,451 
4,681 
7.073 
7,031 
3,600 

10,866 
5.195 
3,019 
9,805 
5,077 
4,441 
4,221 

4.390 
4,861 

13,499 
84,655 



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COUNTIES, CITIES AND TOWNS. 



HARTFORD. 

Avon 

Berlin 

Bloomfield 

Bristol 

Burlington 

Canton 

East Granby 

East Hartford 

East Windsor 

Enfield 

Farmington. 

Glastonbury 

Granby 

Hartford 

Hartland 

Manchester 

Marlborough 

New Britain 

Newington 

Plainville 

Rocky Hill , 

Southington 

South Windsor 

Suffield 

Simsbury.. .. , , 

West Hartford 

Wethersfield 

Windsor 

Windsor L,ock.s 



NEW HAVEN. 

Ansonia 

Beacon Falls 

Bethany , 

Branford , 

Cheshire , 

Derby,in eluding Birmingham 

East Haven 

Guilford 

Hamden 

Madison 

Meriden 

Middlebury 

Milford 

Naugatuck 

New Haven , 

North Branford 

North Haven 

Orange , 

Oxford 

Prospect 

Seymour , 

Southbury , 

Wallingford 

Waterbury , 

Wolcott 

Woodbridge ' , 



MIDDLESEX. 

Chatham 

Chester 

Clinton. 

Cromwell 

Durham 

East Hadam 

Essex 

Haddam » 

KillingTTorth 

Middlefield 

Middletown 

Old Saybrook 

Portland 

Saybrook 

Westbrook 



TOIvLAND. 



Andover. . 

Bolton, 

Columbia. 
Coventry.. 
Ellington. 
Hebron — 
Mansfield. 
Sdmers.... 
StaflTord... 
Tolland... 

Union 

Vernon.... 



147,180 
1,182 
2,600 
1,308 
7,382 
1,302 
2,500 
661 
4,455 
2,890 

7,199 
3,179 
3,457 
1,25 
53,230 

565 
8,222 

582 
19,007 

953 
1,993 
1,069 
5,501 
1,736 
3,169 
1,874 
1,930 
2,271 
2,954 
2,758 

209,058 

10,342 

505 

550 

4,460 

1,920 

5,969 

955 

2,780 

3,882 

1,429 

-'5,423 

566 

3,811 

6,218 

86,845 

825 

1,862 

4,527 
go2 

445 

3,300 

1,089 

6,584 

33,202 

522 



39,524 

1.949 
X,30i 
1,384 
1.987 
856 

2,599 
2,035 
2,095 

582 
1,002 
15-205 
1,484 
4,687 
1,484 

874 

25,081 

401 

452 

740 

1,875 

1,539 

1.039 

1,911 

1,407 

4,535 

1,037 

431 

8,808 



1880. 

125,377 
1,058 
2,3«5 
1,346 
5.347 
1,224 
2,299 

754 
3,500 
3,019 
6,754 
3.014 
3,580 
1.340 
42,553 

643 
6,462 

391 
1,378 

934 
1,930 
1,109 
5,411 
1,902 
3,225 
1.830 
1,828 
2.173 
3,056 
2,332 

156,526 



379 

637 

3,047 

2,284 



3,067 
2,782 
3,408 
1,669 
18,340 
687 

3,347 
4,272 

62,882 
1,025 
1,768 
3,341 
1,120 
492 
2,318 
1,740 
4,686 

20,269 

493 
829 

35,587 

1,967 

1,177 

1,402 

1,640 

990 

3,032 

1,855 

2,419 

748 

928 

11,731 
1,302 
4,156 
1,362 



24,112 

428 

512 

757 

2,043 

1,569 

X.243 

2,154 

1,242 

4.455 
1,169 

539 
6,915 



COUNTIES, CITIES AND TOWNS, 



NEW I,ONDON. 

Bozrah , 

Colchester 

East I,yme 

Franklin , 

Griswold , 

Groton , 

Lebanon 

Ledyard , 

Lisbon 

Lyme , 

Montville , 

New London , 

North Stonington 

Norwich 

Old Lyme 

Preston 

Salem 

Sprague 

Stonington 

Voluntown 

Waterford 

FAIRFIELD. 

Bethel 

Bridgeport 

Brookfield 

Danbury 

Darien 

Easton 

Fairfield 

Greenwich. ...i 

Huntington 

Monroe 

New Canaan 

New Fairfield 

Newton 

Norwalk 

Redding 

Ridgefield 

• Sherman 

Stamford 

Stratford 

Trumbull 

Weston 

Westport 

Wilton 

LITCHFIELD. 

Barkhamsted 

Bethlehem 

Bridgewater 

Canaan 

Colebrook 

Cornwall , 

Goshen , 

Harwinton 

Kent , 

Litchfield , 

Morris 

New Hartford 

New Milford 

Norfolk 

North CanaaQ 

Plymouth 

Roxbury 

Salisbury 

Sharon 

Thomaston 

Toirington 

Warren 

Washington 

Watertown 

Winchester 

Woodbury 

WINDHAM 

Ashford 

Brooklyn 

Canterbury 

Chaplin 

Eastford 

Hampton 

Killingly 

Plainfield 

Pomfret 

Putnam « 

Scotland 

Sterling 

Thompson 

Windham. 



1890. 



76,634 
1,005 
2,988 
2,048 

585 
5.113 
5,539 
1,670 
1,183 

548 

977 
2,344 
13,757 
1,463 
23.048 
1,319 
2,555 

481 
1,106 
7,184 
1,060 
2,661 
150,081 
3,401 
48,866 

989 
19,473 
2,276 
1,001 
3,868 
10,131 
4,006 

994 
2,701 

670 
3,539 
17,747 
1,546 
2,235 

668 
15,700 
2,608 
1,453 

772 
3.715 
1,722 

53,542 

1,130 

543 

617 

970 

1,098 

1,283 

972 

943 

1,383 

3.304 

584 

3.180 

3,917 

1,546 

1,683 

2,147 

936 

3,420 

2,149 

3,278 

6,048 

477 

1,633 

2,223 

6.183 

1,815 

45,158 

778 

2,628 

947 

542 

561 

632 

7,027 

4,582 

1,471 

6,512 

506 

1,051 

5,580 

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POPUI^ATION OF TOWNS AND CITIES IN NEW YORK STATE-CENSUS OF 1890. 
Showing all Towns and Cities over 3,000. arranged alphabetically, together with the figures 
of 1880, and showing the growth of the last ten years. r o „ . 
Th^foUowingarethe official returns of the federal Census of 1890 : 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 

Albany 

Albion 

Amsterdam 

Attica 

Auburn 

Batavia 

Binghamton 

Brockport 

Brooklyn 

BuflFalo 

Canandaigua 

Caniseto 

Catskill 

Clifton 

Clyde 

Cohoes 

College Point 

Corning 

Cortland 

Dansville 

Dunkirk 

EUenville 

Elmira 

Fishkill 

Fiskkill-on-the-Hudson . 

Flatlands 

Flushing 

Fort Edward 

Fredonia 

Fulton 

Geddes 

Geneva 

Glen Cove 

Glen's Falls 

Gloversville 

Goshen 

Green Bush 

Green Island 

Haverstraw 

Hempstead 

Herkimer 

Hoosick Falls 

Hornellsville 

Hudson 

Illion 

Ithica 

Jamaica 

Jamestown • 

Johnstown 

Kingston 

Lansingburg 

Uttle Falls 

I,oekport 

Long Island City 

Lyons 

Malone 



94.640 
5.192 

17,264 
3,110 

25,887 
7,489 

35,093 
4,597 
804,377 
254,457 
5,847 
3,019 
4,915 
4,067 

3,217 
22,432 

5,472 
8,553 
8,473 
4,712 
9,402 
3.083 
28,070 
4,249 
3,157 
4,249 
19.136 
3,246 
3,390 
4,208 
4,289 
6,539 
3,750 
10,386 
13,796 
3,102 
7,287 
4,403 
4,891 
23,517 
3,150 
3,684 
10,948 
10,027 
3,907 
11.557 
13,646 

15,991 
7,146 
21,181 

10,523 
7,192 
16,003 
30,396 
4,607 
4,920 



90,758 

5,500 

9,469 

2,500 

21,924 

4,845 

17.317 

5,000 

566,663 

155.134 

5,726 

2,300 

4,320 

2,500 

3,800 

19,416 

4,192 

4,802 

4,050 

4,500 

7,248 

3,500 

20,541 

682 

3.000 

100 

6,683 

2,988 

2,692 

3,941 

4,283 

5-878 

2,000 

4,900 

7,133 

4,000 

6,743 
4,160 
4,000 
3,000 
3,500 
4.530 
8,195 
8,673 
4,202 
9.105 

4,200 

9.357 
5,013 
18,344 
7,432 
6,910 

13,5^2 

17,129 

5,500 
4,193 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 



Matteawan 

Middlet own 

Mount Vernon , 

Newark 

New Brighton 

Newburg 

New Rochelte 

New York 

Newtown 

Niagara Falls 

North Tarrytown . . 

Norwich 

Nyack 

Ogdensburg 

Olean 

Oneida 

Oneonta 

Oswego 

Owego 

Peekskill 

Penn Yan 

Plattsburg 

Port Chester 

Port Jervis 

Port Richmond 

Potsdam 

Poughkeepsie 

Rochester 

Rome 

Salamanca 

Sandy Hill 

Saratoga Springs.. 

Saugerties 

Schenectady 

Seneca Falls 

Sing Sing 

Stapleton 

Suspension Bridge 

Syracuse 

Troy 

mica 

Tarrytown 

Tonawanda 

Wappinger's Falls 

Warsaw 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watertown 

Watkins 

Waverly.. •• 

Westchester 

Westfield 

West Troy 

Whitehall 

Yonkers 



1880. 



5,319 
11,918 

8,233 

3,018 
12,664 
23,263 

7,108 

1,513501 

17,537 

5.213 

3,739 

4,157 

4,384 

11,667 

10,000 

5,116 

6,268 

21,816 

6,219 

10,026 

4.827 

5,673 

5.538 

7,217 

4,S74 

3.1" 
22,836 

138,327 

14,980 

3,690 

3,662 

13.124 

4,188 

18,392 

6,214 

7,219 

5.589 

4,510 

87,877 

60,669 

44,001 

3.901 

7,135 

5,164 

3,122 

3,523 

4,756 

14,733 

3,572 

3,654 

3,593 

3,307 

12,242 

4,67 

31,945 



4,411 
8,494 
2,500 
3.000 
12.679 
18,049 
5,000 
1,206299 



4,000 
2,684 
6,000 
6,000 

10,341 

9,000 

350 

4,461 

21,116 
5,525 
6,893 
4,000 

5.245 
3,254 
8,678 
3.561 
3,100 
20, 207 
89,366 
12,194 
4,000 
2,487 
8,421 
4,000 

13,655 
5.880 
6,578 
4,000 
3,000 
51.792 
56,747 
33,914 

"3,864 
5,000 
2,503 
3,540 
5,000 
10,697 
2,500 
5,000 
6,000 
2,020 
8,820 
4,270 
18,892 



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POPULATION OF TOWNS AND CITIES IN NEW JERSEY STATE 

CENSUS OF 1890. 

Showing all Towns and Cities over 3,000, arranged alphebetically, together 
with the figures of 1880, and showing the growth of the last ten years. The 
following are from the official returns of the Federal Census of 1890: 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 



Atlantic City. 

Bayonne 

Bordentown 

Bridgeton 

Burlington . 

Camden 

Dover 

East Orange .. 

Elizabeth 

Gloucester 

Hackensack .. 

Harrison 

Hoboken 

Jersey City... 

Keyport 

Lambertville.. 
Long Branch 

Millville 

Morristown. .. 
Mount Holly 



1890. 



13,038 

18,996 
5,045 

11,471 
8,198 

52,274 
3,187 

10,000 

37,670 
6,563 
5,000 
8,528 

43,561 
163,987 
3,100 
4,138 
5,149 
9,957 
8,794 
4,930 



4,377 

9,372 
4,258; 
8,722 
6,090 

41,659 
2,958 
8,349 

28,229 
5,347 
4,248 
6,898 

30,999 
120,722 
2,500 
4,183 
3,833 
7,660 
5,418 
4,629 



CITIES AND TOWNS. 



Newark 

New Brunswick 

Orange 

Oxford 

Passaic 

Paterson 

Perth Amboy 

Phillipsburg 

Plainfield 

Princeton 

Rahway 

Red Bank 

Salem 

Somerville 

South Amboy 

Trenton 

Vineland 

Washington 

Woodbury 



1890. 



181,518 

18,518 

18,774 

3,500 

13,027 

78,358 

9,475 

9,622 

11,259 

3,690 

7,090 

3,800 

5,512 

3,425 

3,700 

58,488 

4,068 

2,830 

3,867 



1880. 



136,508 

17,166 

13,207 

2,656 

6,532 

51,031 

4,808 

7,181 

8,125 

4,000 

6,455 

3,684 

5,056 

3,105 

2,000 

29,910 

3,519 

2,142 

2,298 



POPULATION AND AREA OF NFW JERSEY BY COUNTIES— 1890 CENSUS. 



COUNTIES. 



AREA 
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Atlantic 565 

Bergen 235 

Burlington i 860 

Camden ' 220 

Cape May 255 



Cumberland 

Essex 

Gloucester ... 

Hudson 

Huntendon . 

Mercer 

Middlesex .. 



505 
127, 
326 
43 
434 
225 
310 



POP. 

1890. 



28, 
47, 
58, 
87, 
11, 
45, 

256, 
28, 

275, 
35, 
78, 
61, 



836 



COTINTIES. 



Monmouth 



226 Morris.. 
528 ! Ocean . 
687 Passaic 



AREA POP. 

SQE. M. 1890. 



268 
438 
098 
649 
126 
355 
978 
754 



Salem 

Somerset 

jSussex 

Union 

Warren ... 



Totals. 



475 

470 
578 
197 
340 
303 
525 
102 
360 



7,455 



69,128 
54,101 
15,974 
195,046 
25,151 
28,311 
22,259 
72,467 
36,553 



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CENSUS OF 1890. 



CITIES IN 



Showing all Towns and Cities over 3,000, arranged'alphabetically, together with the figures 
of 1880, and showing the growth of the last ten years. 

The following are from the ofiBcial returns of the Federal Census of 1890 : 



Cities and Towns. 



Alleghany 

Allentown 

Altoona 

Apollo 

Archibald 

Arnot 

Ashland 

Ashley 

Athens 

Audenried 

Bangor 

Beaver Falls 

Bedford 

Bellefonte 

Bethlehem 

Bloomsburg 

Braddock 

Bradford 

Bristol 

Brownsville, 

Butler 

Cannonsburgh. . . 

Carbondale 

Carlisle 

Catasauqua 

Chambersburg. . . 
Chartiersborough 

Chester 

Chestnut Hill 

Clearfield 

Coatsville 

Columbia 

Conemaugh 

Connellsville 

Conshohocken... 

Corry 

Danville 

Dubois 

Dunmore 

Easton 

Erie 

Etna 

Franklin 

Freeland 

Gettysburg 

Gilberton 

Girardville 

Green.sburgh 

Greenville 

Hanover 

Harrisburg 

Hawley 

Hazleton 

Holidaysburg... . 

Homestead 

Houtzdale 

Huntingdon 

Indiana 

Irwin 

Johnstown 

Kittanning 

Lancaster 

Lansford 

Latrobe 

lyCbanon 

I<ehighton 

I,ewisburg 

Lewistown 



rSgo 


1880 


104,967 


78,682 


25,183 


18,063 


30,269 


19,710 


3,196 


1,500 


4,026 


3,049 


3,247 


2,782 


7,376 


6,052 


3.192 


2,799 


4,127 


3,500 


3,847 


1,500 


3,127 


3,000 


9,734 


5,104 


3,547 


2,011 


3,926 


3,026 


6,750 


5,193 


4,659 


3,702 


8,538 


8,000 


10,478 


. 9,197 


6,537 


5,273 


3,347 


4,500 


8,715 


3,163 


3,162 


2,000 


10,826 


7,714 


8,031 


6,209 


3,703 


3,065 


8,006 


6,877 


3,726 




20,167 


14,997 


3,165 


1,300 


3.394 


2,500 


3,685 


2,766 


10,597 


8,312 


3,567 


1,500 


5,623 


3,609 


5-469 


4,561 


5,671 


5,277 


9,073 


8,346 


6,137 


2.718 


8,242 


5-151 


14,185 


11,924 


39,699 


27,737 


3,441 


2,334 


6,220 


5,010 


3,867 


1,000 


3,180 


2,814 


3,668 


3,098 


3,590 


2,730 


6,428 


3,500 


3,637 


3,007 


3,739 


2,317 


40,221 


30,762 


3,629 


2,082 


11,818 


6,935 


3,004 


3,150 


5,849 
3,269 
6,062 


892 


2,o5o 


4,125 


4.398 

3.690 

21,129 

3,095 




•^,000 


8,380 


2,624 


32,090 
3,995 


25,769 


2,206 


4,576 
14,734 


1,813 


8,778 


3.729 
3,205 


2,800 


3,oSo 


3,288 


3,222 



Cities and Towns. 



Lock Haven 

Mahonoy ., 

Mansfield Valley 

Mauch Chunk, 

McDonald, 

McKeesport, 

Meadville 

Mechanicsburg 

Middletown 

Milton 

Minersville 

Monongahela 

Mt. Carmel 

Mt. Pleasant 

Nanticoke 

New Brighton, 

New Castle 

Norristovvn ., 

North East 

Oil City 

Olyphant 

Philadelphia i 

Phillipsburgh 

PhcEnixville 

Pittsburg 

Pittston , 

Plymouth , 

Pottstowa 

Pott.sville 

Punxsutawney , 

Quakertowu 

Reading , 

Reynoldsville 

Rochester 

Scranton , 

Shamokiu 

Sharon 

Sharpsburg 

Shenandoah 

Slatington 

South Bethlehem 

South Chester 

South Easton . 

St. Claire , 

Steelton 

Sunbury 

Susquehanna 

Tamaqua 

Tarentum 

Titu.sville 

Towauda 

Tyrone 

Union City 

Qniontowu 

Verona 

Warren 

Washington 

Watson town 

Waynesborough 

Waynesburgh 

Weatherly 

Wellsboro 

Westchester 

West Pitt.ston 

Wilkesbarre 

Williamsport 

York 



7,350 
11,291 
6,827 
4,098 
4,088 
20,711 
9,502 
3,690 
5,104 
5,317 
3,502 
4,986 
8,251 

3,899 
10,037 

5,603 
11,851 
19-750 

3,792 
10.943 

4,075 
,046,252 

3,929 

8,508 

238,473 
10,295 

9,341 
13,201 

14,194 
4,379 
3,588 
58,926 
3,593 
3,635 
83,450 
14,391 
7,447 
4,897 
13,447 
3,129 
10,385 
7,067 
5,616 
6.950 
9,230 
5,892 
3,865 
4,672 
4,116 
8,010 
4,165 
5,134 
3,326 
6,358 
4,367 
5,288 
7,645 
3,-^77 
4,639 
3,165 
3,068 
3.041 
7,965 
3,731 
37,651 
27,107 
20,846 



1880 



5,845 
7,i8t 

5,500 
3,752 
2,000 
8,212 
8,860 
3,018 
3,351 
2,102 

3,249 
2,904 
2,378 
2,500 
3,884 
3,653 
8,418 
13,063 
2,000 

7,315 
2^094 

847,170 
3,000 
6,682 

156,389 
7,472 
6,065 
5,305 
13,253 
6,000 
2,000 
43,278 
3,500 
2,552 
45,850 
8,184 
5,684 
3,466 
10,147 
1,900 
4,925 
3,364 
4,534 
4,149 
2,447 
4,077 
3,467 
5,730 
1,245 
9,046 

3,814 
2,678 
7,800 

3,255 
700 
2,810 
4,292 
1,800 
2,126 
5,000 
1,977 
2,228 
7,046 
2,5 '4 
23,310 
18,934 
13.940 



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POPUI<ATION OF TOWNS AND CITIES IN OHIO— CENSUS OF 1S90. 
Showing all Towns and Cities over 3,000, arranged alphabetically, together with the figures 
of 1880, and showing the growth of the last ten years. 

The following are from the official returns of the Federal Census of 1890 : 



.Cities and Towns. 



Akron , 

Alliance, 

Ashland, 

Ashtabula, 

Athens, 

Bamesville, .... 

Bellaire, 

Bellefontaine . . 

Bellevue, 

Bowling Green. 
Bridgeport, .... 

Bryan, 

Buchtel, 

Bucyrus 

Cambridge,.... 
Canal Dover, . , . 

Canton, 

Celina, 

Chilli cothe 

Cincinnati, 

Circleville, 

Cleveland, 

Columbus, ..... 

Conneaut 

Coshocton 

Crestline, 

Dayton, 

Defiance, 

Delaware, 

Delphos, 

East Cleveland. 
East Liverpool, 

Elyria, 

Findlay, 

Fostoria, 

Franklin 

Fremont, 

Gallon 

GaUipolis 

Geneva 

Greenfield, 

Greenville, 

Hamilton, 

Haselton, 

Hillsborough,.. 

Ironton, 

Jackson, 

Kanton, 

Kent, 

I^ancaster, 

Lebanon 

Leetonia, 

Linia, 



1890 



27,702 
7,598 
3,563 
8,316 
3,621 
3,185 
9,901 
4-238 
3,829 
4,196 
3,368 
4,182 
3,368 
5,951 
4,345 
3-486 
26,327 
3,367 
11,256 

296,309 
6,675 

261,546 
90,398 
3,596 
3,725 
4,131 
58,868 
7,681 
8.202 
5,468 
3,042 
10,947 
5,530 
18,674 
6,329 
4,217 
7,140 
7,346 
4,550 
3,167 
3,127 
5,539 
17,519 
3,265 
4,367 
19,922 
4,388 
5,648 
4,463 
8,297 
3.174 
3.785 
15,970 



i88<y. 



6,512 
4,636 
3,004 
4,445 
2,457 
2,435 
8,025 

3,998 
1,432 
1,800 

2,395 

3,200 

417 

3,835 

2,883 

2,423 

12,258 

1,346 

10,938 

255,139 

6,046 

160, 146 

51-647 

I -156 

3,044 

2,840 

38,678 

5,907 

6,894 

5,500 



5,568 
4,777 
4,633 
4,860 
3,500 
8,446 

5,635 
4,400 

1,903 
2,104 

3,535 
12,122 
500 
3,223 
8,857 
3.021 
3,940 
3,309 
6,803 

2,703 
2,552 
7,567 



Cities and Towns. 



Lockland, 

Logan, 

London, 

Lorain, 

Mansfield, 

Marietta 

Marion, 

Martin's Ferry, 

Marysville, ,.. 

Massillon, 

Miamisburgh, 

Middleport, 

Middletown, 

Mt. Vernon, 

National Military Home, 

Nelsonville, 

Newark, 

New Philadelphia 

New Straits ville, 

Niles, 

Norwalk, 

Oberlin, 

Painsville, 

Piqua, 

Pomeroy, ,. 

Portsmouth, 

Ravenna, 

Reading, 

Ripley, 

Salem, 

Sandusky, 

Shawnee, 

Sidney, 

Springfield, 

Steubenville, 

Tiffin 

Toledo, 

Troy 

Uhrichsville, 

Upper Sandusky, 

Urbana, 

Van Wert, 

Wapakon eta, 

Warren, 

Washington, 

Wellston, 

Wellsville, 

Wilmington 

Wooster, 

Xenia 

Youngstown 

Zanesville, 



3.182 
3,119 
3,292 
3-872 

13,542 
8,308 
8,308 
6,247 
3,487 

10,068 
3,782 
3-209 
7,673 
6 016 
4,468 
4,547 

14,369 
4,548 
3,396 
4,257 
7,268 
4,330 
5,297 
9,069 

4,727 

12,387 

4,397 

3,621 

3,562 

6-398 

19,234 

5-623 

4,903 

32,135 

13,363 

10,978 

82,652 

4,590 

5,266 

3,568 

8,457 

5,548 

3,616 

6,086 

5,793 

4,432 

5,236 

3,252 

6,050 

8,145 

33,199 

21,117 



1880. 



200 
2,666 
3,067 
1,595 
9,859 
5.444 
3-899 
3.819 
2,100 
6,836 
1,936 
30,32 
4,538 
5,249 

3,095 
9,600 

3,070 
1,800 
2,800 
5,704 
3,242 
4,000 
6,031 
5,560 

11,321 
4,000 
2,680 
2,546 
4,041 

15838 
2,000 
3-823 

20,730 

12,093 
7,879 

50137 
3,803 
2,500 

3,540 
6,252 
4,070 
2,765 
4,428 
3,798 
1,952 
3,o77 

2„-5 

5.840 
7,026 

15,435 
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POPULATION OF CITIES AND TOWNS IN INDIANA. 

CENSUS OP i8go. 
Showing all Towns and Cities over 3,000, arranged alphabetically, together with the figures 
of 1880, and showing the growth of the last ten years. 

The following are from the oflBcial returns of the Federal Census of 1890 : 



Cities and Towns. 



Anderson 

Aurora 

Bedford 

Bloomington . . . 

Bluflton 

Brazil 

Butler 

Columbia City.. 

Columbus 

Connersville . . . 
Crawfordsville . 

Decatur 

Delphi 

Elkhart 

Evansville 

Fort Wayne . . . . 

Frankfort 

Franklin 

Goshen 

Greencastle . . . . 
Greensburgh. . . 

Hammond 

Huntington 

Indianapolis . . . 
Jeffefsonville . . 
Knightstown. . . 

Kokomo 

I<afayette 

I,a Forte 

I,awrenceburg. 



1890 


1880 


10,759 


4,126 


3,923 


4,435 


3,373 


2,198 


4,400 


2,756 


3,386 


2,354 


5,902 


8,441 


2,519 


1,056 


3,027 


2,224 


6,705 


4,813 


4,537 


3,228 


6,086 


5,251 


3,827 


3,500 


3,500 


3,127 


11,370 


6,953 


50,674 


29,280 


35,349 


26,880 


5,918 


2,803 


3.783 


3,116 


6,027 


4,123 


4,384 ■ 


■ 3,624 


3,581 


3,138 


4,253 • 


1,600 


7,300 


3,863 


107,445 


75,056 


11,274 


9,357 


3,172 


2,500 


8,224 


4,042 


16,407 


14,860 


7,122 


6,195 


4,280 


4,668 



Cities and Towns. 


1890 




3,676 
13,798 
8,923 
8,724 
3,277 
10,704 

3,369 
4,710 

11,339 








Martinsville 










New Castle 


4,100 
6,731 
2,723 
4,500 
6,494 
16,849 
3,250 






Portland 












5,337 

5,449 
21,786 

3,200 
30,287 

5,250 

8,815 
5,196 
3,559 
6,052 

3,279 


Shelbyvilie 




















Winchester 



1880 



2,625 
11,198 

8,945 
1,125 
1,943 
7,366 
2,640 
3,730 
5,219 

16,423 
2,299 
5,280 
2,571 
2,500 
2,566 

12,742 
1,869 
2,515 
4,250 
3,745 

13,280 
2,166 

26,042 
4,000 
4,461 
7,680 
3,800 
3,123 
4,323 
2,500 



POPULATION OF FOREIGN CITIES. 



I/jndon, Eng 3,832,441 

Paris, France 2,325,910 

Canton, China 1,500,000 

Berlin, Prussia 1,315,297 

Vienna, Austria 1,103,110 

Pekin, China 1,000,000 

St. Petersburg 949,ioo 

Tokio, Japan 902,837 

Constantinople 873,565 

Calcutta, India 871,504 

Bombay, India 773,196 

Moscow, Russia 753,469 

Glasgow, Scotland 555>289 

Liverpool, Eng 552,425 

Naples, Italy 493>ii5 

Buenos Ayres 466,375 

Brussels, Belgium 448,088 

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 420,000 



Madras, India 

Lyons, France 

Birmingham, Eng 

Madrid, Spain 

Amsterdam, Holland. , . 

Marseilles, France 

Cairo, Egypt, 

Dublin, Ireland 

Manchester, Eng 

City of Mexico, Mexico. 

Leeds, Eng 

Hamburg, Ger 

Sheflaeld, Eng 

Rome, Italy 

Lisbon, Portugal 

Havana, Cuba 

Edinburgh, Scotland. . . 



.405,848 
.401,930 
■400,757 
• 397,690 
.390,016 
■376,143 
■374,838 
.349,486 
■ 341,508 
•329,535 
.309,126 
•305,690 
.284,410 
. 273,268 
. 246,340 
. 230,000 
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CENSUS OP z8go. 



Showing all Towns and Cities over 3,000, arranged alphabetically, together with the figures 
of 1880, and showing the growth of the last ten years. 

The following are from the official returns of the Federal Census of 1890 : 



Cities and Towns. 



Alton 

Amboy 

Aurora 

Austin 

Batavia 

Beardsfown . . 

Belleville 

Belvidere 

Bloom ington. 
Blue Island... 
Braidwood , . . 

Bushnell 

Cairo 

Canton 

Carbondale.. . 
Carlinville . . . 

Carmi 

Centralia 

Champaign . . 

Charleston 

Chester 

Chicago 

Collinsville. .. 

Danville 

Decatur 

DeKalb 

Dixon 

Duquoin 

East St. Louis 
Edwardsville. 
Kffingham . . . 

Elgin 

Evanston .... 

Freeport 

Galena 

Galesb'jrg.... 

Oeneseo 

Jacksonville, 
Jerseyville . . . 

Joliet 

Kankakee.. .. 



1890 


1880 


10,184 


8,975 


3,021 


2,44s 


19.634 


11,873 


4,000 


1,359 


3,613 


2,639 


3,619 


3.136 


15.360 


10,683 


3,863 


2,951 


22,242 


17,180 


4.075 


1,542 




5.524 


3,068 


2,740 


10,044 


9,011 


5,589 


3.762 


3,100 


300 


4,000 


3.118 


3,250 


2,500 


4,762 


3.621 


5,827 


5.103 


4,135 


2,867 


3,200 


3,000 


1.099,133 


503,185 


3,498 


2,887 


11,528 


7,733 


;i6,84i 


9.547 


3,450 


1,589 


5.149 


3,658 


3,478 


2,808 


15.156 


9,185 


3.575 


2,887 


3,260 


3,065 


17,429 


8,787 


7,692 


6,707 


15,159 


8,516 


6,406 


6,45 1 


15,212 


11,437 


4,578 


4,000 


12,357 


10,927 


3,204 


2,894 


27.407 


11,657 




5,651 



Cities and Towns. 



Kewanee 

La Salle 

Lemont 

Lincoln 

Litchfield 

Macomb 

Mascoutah 

Mattoon 

Mendota 

Metropolis 

Moline 

Monmouth 

Morris 

Mount Carmel. . . 
Mount Vernon. . . 
Murphysborough 

Naperville 

Oak Park 

Olney 

Ottawa 

Pana 

Paris 

Pekin 

Peoria 

Peru 

Petersburgh 

Pontiac 

Princetown 

Quincy 

Rochelle 

Rookford 

Rock Island 

Shelby-ville 

Springfield 

Spring Valley.... 

Sterling 

Streator 

Taylor ville 

Urbana 

Warsaw 

Waukegan 



1890. 



4,554 
9,904 
6,000 
6,125 
5,798 
3,927 
3.150 
6,829 
5,189 
3,918 

11,995 
5.837 
4,956 
3,650 
3,450 
3,527 
3,016 
5,000 
3,828 
9,971 
5,067 
5,049 
6,897 

40,758 
5,906 
3,200 
3,200 
4,586 

31,478 
3,250 

23,589 

13,596 
3,162 

24,852 
5,100 
5,822 
9,671 
3,500 
3,276 
4,250 
5,077 



1880 



2,704 

7,847 
2,109 

5,639 
•4,326 
3,148 
2,500 
5,737 
4,142 
2,268 
7,800 
5,000 
5,000 
2,047 
2,173 
3,500 
2,074 
3,000 
3,512 
7,834 
3,009 
4,373 
5,993 
29,259 
4,632 
2,333 
2,244 

3,439 

27,268 

1,896 

13,129 

11,659 

2,939 

19,743 

150 

5,087 

5,157 

2,237 

2,943 

3,111 

4,012 



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Artists ^i Interior Decorators 



205 Wyoming Aveniie, 



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T, I. LACEY & SON, Architects, '"• 



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SCRANTON, PA. 



UNITED STATES CENSUS. 



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UNITED STATES CENSUS. 1890. 

CITIES OF OVER THIRTY THOUSAND INHABITANTS. 



New York City 1,513,501 

Chicago, 111 1,099,133 

Philadelphia, Pa 1,044,8^4 

Brook;l3'n, N, Y 853,945 

St. Louis, Mo 460,357 

Boston, Mass. .. ., 446,505 

Baltimore, Md 434,151 

San Francisco, Cal — 297,990 

Cincinnati, 296,308 

Cleveland,© 261,546 

Buflfalo, N. Y 254,457 

New Orleans, La 241,995 

Pittsburgh, Pa 238,473 

Washington, D. C 289,796 

Detroit, Mich 205,669 

Milwaukee, Wis 204,150 

Newark, N. J 181,518 

Minneapolis, Minn... 164,738 

Jersey City, N. J 163,987 

Louisville, Ky 161,005 

Omaha, Neb 139,526 

Rochester, N. Y 138,327 

St. Paul, Minn 133,156 

Kansas City, Mo 132,416 

Providence, R. 1 132,043 

Indianapolis, Ind 107,445 

Alleghany, Pa 106,967 

Denver, Col 106,760 

Albany,N. Y- 96,640 

Columbus, O 90,398 

Syracuse, N. Y 87,877 

New Haven, Conn .... 86,045 

Worcester, Mass 84,536 

Scranton, Pa 83,450 

Richmond, Va 80,838 



Pater.son, N, J 

Toledo, O 

Lowell, Mass , 

Nashville, Tenn 

Fall River, Mass .... 

Cambridge, Mass 

Atlanta, Ga 

Memphis, Tenn 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Wilmington, Del 

Troy,N. Y 

Reading, Pa 

Dayton, O 

Trenton, N, J 

Camden, N. J 

Lynn, Mass 

Lincoln, Neb 

Charleston, N. C 

Hartford, Conn 

St. Joseph, Mo 

EvansviUe, Ind 

Los Angeles, Cal 

Des Moines, la 

Bridgeport, Conn 

Oakland, Cal 

Portland, Ore ......... 

Saginaw, Mich 

Salt Lake, Utah 

Lawrence, Mass 

Springfield, Mass,.. 

Utica, N.Y... 

Manchester, N. H... 

Seattle, Wash 

Hoboken, N. J 

Savannah, Ga 



76,358 
78,359 
77,605 
76,309 
74,351 
69,837 
65,514 
64,586 
64,147 
61,437 
60,605 
58,926 
58,868 
58,488 
58,274 
55,684 
55.491 
54,592 
53,230 
52,811 
50,674 
50,394 
50,067 
48,866 
48,590 
48,294 
46,169 
45,025 
44,154 
44,164 
44,001 
43,983 
43,914 
43,561 
41,762 



Peoria, 111 

New Bedford, Mass. .. 

Hart) sburg. Pa 

Sommerville, Mass... 

Erie, Pa 

San Antonio, Tex 

Kansas City, Kan 

Dallas, Tex 

Sioux City, la 

Elizabeth, N.J 

Wilkesbarre, Pa 

Covington, Ky 

Portland, Me 

Tacoma, Wash 

Holyoke, Mass 

Fort Wayne, Ind 

Norfolk, Va 

Binghamton, N. Y 

Wheeling, W. Va 

Waterbury, Conn 

Youngstown, O 

Augusta, Ga 

Duluth, Minn 

Springfield, 111 

Lancaster, Pa 

Yonkers, N.Y 

Mobile, Ala 

Topeka, Kan 

Oumcy, lU 

Salem, Mass 

Long Island City,N.Y. 

Terre Haute, Ind 

Attoona, Pa 

Dubuque, la 



40,755 
40,705 
40,164 
40,117 
39.699 
38,681 
38,170 
38, 140 
37,862 
37,070 
37,651 
37,375 
36,608 
35,858 
35.528 
35,349 
35,154 
35,062 

35,093 
33,208 

33.199 
33,150 
32,725 
32,135 
32,099 

31,945 
31.822 
31,809 
31,478 
30,735 
30,396 
30.287 
30,269 
30,147 



POPULATION OP THE U5TITED STATES IN 1890. 



Alabama 1,513,017 

Arizona 59,620 

Arkansas 1,128,179 

California 1,208,130 

Colorado 419.198 

Connecticut 746, 258 

Dakota 

Delaware 168,493 

District of Columbia., 230,392 

Florida 391,422 

Georgia 1,837,353 

Idaho 84,385 

Illinois 3,826,351 

Indiana 2,192,404 

Iowa 1,911,896 

Kansas 1,427,096 

Kentucky 1,856,635 

Louisiana 1,118,587 



Maine 661,086 

Maryland 1,042,390 

Massachusetts 2,238,943 

Michigan 2,093,889 

Minnesota 1,301,889 

Mississippi 1,289,600 

Missouri 2,679,184 

Montana 132,159 

Nebraska 1,058,910 

Nevada 45,76i 

New Hampshire 376,530 

New Jersey 1,444,933 

New Mexico 153,593 

New York 5,997,853 

North Carolina 1,617,947 

North Dakota 182,719 

Ohio 3,672,310 



Oregon 313,707 

Pennsylvania 5,258,014 

Rhode Island 345,506 

South Carolina 1,151,149 

South Dakota 328,808 

Tennessee 1,767,518 

Texas 2,235,523 

Utah 207,905 

Vermont 332,422 

Virginia 1,655,980 

Washington 349,390 

West Virginia 762,704 

Wisconsin 1,686,880 

Wyoming 60,705 

Total 62,622,250 



Oklahoma , 61,834 

Theinhabitantsof Alaska and the Indian Territory are not included in the above. The 

population of Alaska in iSgo was 30,329 ; of the Indian Territory* . Total population of 

the United States in 18 90, 62,830,361 

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SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 




Desiccating Works. 

F. H. HEWETT & SON, 

Near Round Woods. HYDE PARK. 

Office : 1123 Diamond Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

Telephone No. 3154. 

Farmers and all interested, take notice. 

F. H. HEWETT & SON'S Market Bone Fer- 
tilizer is a complete manure and a liigh- 
grade Superphosphate. 

IMPROVED 

FOOD FOR POULTRY 



AVe manufacture Bone and Shell in granu- 
lated and cracked form for Fowls. 

Alsf> pure Beef Scraps, ground fine or me- 
dium, for Fowls, 

Odorless L.awn Dressing in bags of 35 lbs. to 
100 lbs. 

Also dealers in Hides, Tallows, Skins, Hoofsi 
Bones, Tankage, etc., etc. 

Dead Stock removed at all hovirs, day or 
night. 




GONTRflGTOR AND 5U1LDIIHG MOVER 

Houses Moved, Raised and Lowered. 

Boilers and Engines Moved with Care. 

All Orders Promptly Attended To. 

I206 Thompson Street, 
SCRANTON, PA. 

R. C. DEAN, 

Carpenter and Builder. 

Estimates Furnished for All Kinds 
of New Work. 

JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 





1018 Wood St., 

SCRAM TOM, PA. 



DAYIS & HOUPT, Architects/^' " "^' ""Tcranton: PA. 

SCRANTON AND VICINITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 78 

PENNSYLVANIA COMMERCIAL PAPER LAW. 

Commercial, Paper. — Promissory notes, bills of exchange, drafts and 
checks, are generally negotiable by indorsement, and if they contain the 
words, "without defalcation," or "without set-ofF," are in the hands of 
bona fide holder for value, clear of all equities or set-off between the orig- 
inal parties. Overdue notes are not negotiable, but are subject to existing 
equities. By the decision of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, where a 
note is endorsed by a third party, before delivery to a payee named in it, 
such endorser is not responsible to the payee unless he agi-eed in wriiAng 
to guarantee the note to the payee. He takes the position of second in- 
dorser, and as such is responsible only to subsequent holders. The Su- 
preme Court of the United States, however, has decided that such an 
iudorser may be responsible to the payee, and if tire latter could maintain 
an action in the United States courts, he could recover. The holder of a 
promissorj^ note may bring suit against the maker, or any one of the prior 
indorsers, or he may bring separate suits, all at his pleasure. He can have 
but one satisfaction. Notice of non-payment is necessary to hold the in- 
dorser responsible but not to hold the maker. Any promissory note or 
negotiable instrument given for a patent right must have the words, 
" given for a patent right " prominently written or printed over the 
signature, and such note, in the hands of any purchaser or holder, is sub- 
ject to the same defence as in the hands of the original holder. But an 
innocent holder of a note taken before maturity without these words in it 
is affected by such defence. But it is a misdemeanor to take, sell or trans- 
fer any promissory note or negotiable instrument known to have been 
given for a patent right, without those words so written or printed over 
the signature. A sight draf, is not entitled to grace. 

Commercial Travelers.— Business houses employing commercial 
travelers and having their principal places of business out of the State, are 
required to take out a license in many of the counties of the State before 
selling goods there ; the cost of the license in the several counties varies. 
In Philadelphia it is $5300. It i? a misdemeanor to sell goods by sample for 
such a house in Philadelphia without such license, the penalty being a fine 
of $300, or 30 days' imprisonment, or both. Travelers for Pennsylvania 
business houses selling at wholesale are not I'equired, however, to take out 
license, except at their chief place of business. 

Interest. — The rate of interest is six per cent., when a less i*ate is not 
agreed upon. When a greater rate is contracted for, the excess only is un- 
collectable, and if paid, it may be recovered back if suit be Vjrought for it 
within six mouths. But when negotiable paper is purchased bona fide at 
a greater discount than six per cent, of one who does not pledge his credit 
to the purchaser (by indorsement or the like), or where the seller is un- 
known to the purchaser (as in the usual case of sale through a broker), the 
transaction is not atlected by the rate of difrcount. Most of the savings 
and other State banks are authorized to loan at a higher rate tJian six per 
cent., and many corporations may borrow at a higher rate and be bound 
by their contract. Commission merchants and agents may contract with 
parties outside of the State for seveu per cent., and a loan made in another 
State at a rate that is lawful there can be enforced here according to the 
terms of the agreement. It is not usurious for a borrower to agree to pay 
the taxes on a loan or a reasonable sum as an attorney fee for collecting it, 
in case suit be necessary in its collection. 



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..R. F. POST.. 





Ooocis Delivered Rromptly. 

FREIGHT A SPECIALTY. 

Furniture and Pianos handled with care. Special Tools 

for elevating Pianos and Safes into Windows 

from one to six stories high. 

Office, 14 Lackawanna Ave. 
Residence* 1116 Jackson St. 



Scranton, Pa. 



SAM SYKES, 

Mason, Contractor and Bnilder 

in Brick and Stone Work. 

Estimates furnished on all classes 
of -work. 

Cut Stone and Flagging Laid. 

1231-1237 Penn Avenue, 

Telephone No. 1907. SCRANTON, PA. 

. .The Scranton Tribune .... 

Job . . . Printing Department 

Printing of Every Description 




Book and Catalogue Work a Specialty. 

Don't send your Blank Book Work out 
of Scranton until you get our 
Estimates. 



PARAGON PLASTER & SUPPLY CO, ""■;::«»"' "s."'", 

515 Green Ridge Street. 

SCRANTON AND VICINITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 75 

A SHORT SKETCH OF SCRANTON, PA. 

Scranton, the Electric City, is situated 145 miles west of New York city, 
on the main line of the D., L. & W. railroad. Its location is a most fortu- 
nate one, at the very centre of the great Anthracite coal region, itself rest- 
ing upon, and flanked upon all sides by an unexhaustible coal deposit. 
Its seaport outlet. New York city, opens a wide channel of lasting pros- 
perity, while its connections to the West and its proximity to the com- 
mercial centi'es of the North ensures its future thrift and greatness. 

Its growth for the past twenty-five years has been something wonderful. 
In 1860 Scranton had a population of 9,233 ; in 1870 it reached 35,092 ; in 
1880 the federal census credited it with 45,850, and in 1890 with 83,450, and 
to-day Scranton can boast of a population of over 90,000. There ai-e many 
manufacturing establishments within the boundaries of the Electric City, 
turning out goods and articles of various descriptions, such as iron, steel, 
car-wheels, silk goods, knitting goods, flour, stoves, boilers, elevators, 
mining tools, and machinery. 

Scran ton's railroad facilities are among the best in the country. The 
D., L. & W., D. & H., C. R. R. of N. J., E. & W. V. R. R., and N. Y., O. 
& W. railroads all enter the city. 

The real estate market is active and pushing. The cit^'^ is completely 
covered with fine modern buildings. The pubhc buildings, churches, 
banks, etc., will compare favorably with other cities of over 100,000 
population. 

The city officials. Board of Trade, and public-spirited citizens, of Avhich 
Scranton is fortunate in having many, always have the best interests of 
the city at heart, and all courtesies and assistance possible are extended to 
manufacturing establishments looking for a location. There are over 
100 stock companies, 36 public schools, 9 banking houses, 38 newspapers, 
and about 70 churches, and the time will not be far distant when Scranton 
passes the 100,000 population mark. 

H. C. HINMAN, President. CHAS. HEN WOOD, Sec'y & Treas, 



scranion wood-woridno Go.. Lim. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



Doors, Sash and Blinds, Scroll Sawing, 

•Turning, Veneered Work and Carving. 

The latest designs in Decorative Glass. 

Estimates eheerfully given. 

610 to 516 Peiiii Ave., Scranton, Pa. 

Telephone 2562. 



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DR. E. GREWER, 

THE PHILADELPHIA SPECIALIST. 



DR. E. GREWER 
and his associated 
staflf of English 
and German 
Physicians are 
now permanently 
located at 

Temple 

Court 

Building. 




311 

Spruce 

St. 



SCRANTON, 

PA., 

Where they may 

be consulted 

daily 

and Sunday. 



The doctor is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, 
formerly demonstrator of physiology and surgery of the Medico 
Chirurigical College of Philadelphia. He is also a member of the 
Medico Chirurigical Association, and was physician and surgeon-in- 
chief of the most noted German and American hospitals, and comes 
highly endorsed by the leading professors of Philadelphia and New 
York. 

His many years of hospital experience enables this eminent phy- 
^sician and surgeon to correctly diagnose and treat all deformities and 
diseases with the most flattering success, and his high standing in 
the State will not allow him to accept any incurable case. 

Lost Manhood Restored. Weakness of Young Men Cured. 

If you have been given up by your physician call upon the doctor 
and be examined. He cures the worst cases of Nervous Debility, 
Scrofula, Old Sores, Catarrh, Piles, Female Weakness, Affections of 
the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, Asthma, Deafness, Tumors, Cancers 
and Cripples of every description. 



Consultation in English and German Free, which shall 
be considered sacred and strictly confidential. 



Office Hours: 

9 a.m. to 9 p. m., daily. 
Sunday, 9 a. m. to 2 p. m. 



N. B. LEVY & BRO. Ogjcal JSood^^a^JWho^e^ite. 



POINTS OF INTEREST. 



POINTS OF INTEREST. 



Academy of Music, Wyoming avenue, near Linden, 

Armory N. G. P., 330 Adams avenue. 

Bald Mount, west of Scranton drive, 7 miles. 

Carbondale Steam or Electric Railroad, 16 niiles. 

Central Park, S. Washington, ave. South Side. 

Columbus Statue, Court House Square. 

Connells Park, 1900 Stone avenue, Pittston avenue electric oars. 

County Court House, Spruce, corner Washington avenue. 

County Jail, Washington avenue, corner New York street. 

Dunmore drive or electric cars, 2 miles. 

Eden Musee, 221 Lackawanna avenue. 

Green Ridge Library, Green Ridge, corner Wyoming avenue. 

High School Building, Washington avenue, corner Vine street. 

Laurel Hill Park, Dunmore, north of Tenth ward electric cars. 

Lackawanna Hospital, Franklin avenue, corner Mulberry street. 

Memorial Building, Washington avenue, corner Vine. 

Moses Taylor's Hospital, Quincy avenue, corner Pine street. 

Municipal Building, Washington avenue, corner Mulberry. 

Nay-Aug Falls, southwest of Tenth ward electric ears. 

New Postoffice Building, Washington avenue, corner Linden street. 

Pot Holes, Arch bald, drive 8 miles. 

Providence Fair Grounds, First ward electric cars. 

Scranton Public Library, Washington avenue, corner Vine. 

Wonderland Theatre, Linden, near Wyoming avenue. 

Y. M. C. A., 220 Wyoming avenue. 



M. T. KELLER'S 

Lackawanna Carriage Works 

MANUFACTURER OF 

Buggies, Phaetons, Platform, Truck & 
Lumber Wagons, and Sleighs. 

All kinds of Repairing, Painting. Trimming and 

Horseshoeing done with Neatness and Dispatch. 

Shifting Pole and Cooper Gear Steel 

Bar Buggies a Specialty. 

315 Adams Ave., SCRANTON, PA. 




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THE HYDE PARK PLUMBER IS. 



GEO. Mcknight, 112 N. Hyde Park Ave. 




PLUMBING, GAS FITTING AND TIN ROOFING. 

ALL WORK GUARANTEED. 
PLANS DRAWN AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. 




Dunmore hmw 



Bouiino Works 



vJ. H. JDJL.■^z■J.'rT, Frop- 

Wholesale Dealer in Lager Beer, Ale, Porter, Ginger 
Ale and all kinds of Temperance Drinks, 

CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS. 

247 to 249 Spencer Street, 

Telephone No. 3015. DUNJVIORE, F>A. 



CHRIST. SPATHELF, 

CONTRACTOR OF STON E MASONRY. 

Cellars dug and Walls laid, ready for building, in the best 
manner and at lowest prices. 



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SECRET SOCIETIES. 



SOCIETIES. 



Masonic. 

Hiram Lodge^ No. 261, meets on 
second and third Thursdays of each 
month at their hall, West Market 
street. 

Union Lodge, No. 291, meets the 
third Friday of each month at 
Masonic Hall. 

Peter Williamson Lodge, No. 323, 
meets first Tuesday of each month 
at Masonic Hall. 

Hyde Park Lodge, No. 339, meets 
third Monday in each month at 208 
North Main avenue. 

Schiller L^odge, No, 354, meet the 
second Monday of each month at 
Masonic Hall. 

Oreen Ridge Lodge, No. 599, meets 
second Monday of each month at 
Masonic Hall, Dickson avenue. 

King Solomon Lodge, No. 584, 
meets first Monday of each month 
at Masonic Hall, Dunmore. 

Lackawanna H. R. A. Chaxjter, 
No. 185, meets second Tuesday of 
each mouth at Masonic Hall. 

Coeur de Lion Commanderg, No. 
17, meets fourth Wednesday of each 
month at Masonic Hall. 



Melita Commandery, No. 68, meets 
second Tuesday of each month at 
Masonic Hall. 

B. T. Ancient Accepted Scottish 
Rite meets at 209 Wyoming avenue 
Wednesday. 

Keystone Lodge of Perfection, No. 
14, meets first Thursday of each 
month at ] 15 Wyoming avenue. 

Keystone Council Princess of Jeru- 
salem, No. 16, meets Thursday even- 
ings at 115 Wyoming avenue. 

Keystone Chapter Rose Croix, No. 
18, meet Wednesday evenings at 115 
Wyoming avenue. 

Keystone Consistory S. P. R. S., 
No. 32, meets on call of commander- 
in-chief, at 115 Wyoming avenue. 

Scranton Council R. and S. M., 
No. 44, meets third Monday of each 
month. 

Masonic Benefit Association. 

Masonic Veteran Association 
meets first Monday in March, June, 
September, and December in Ma- 
sonic Hall. 




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SECRET SOCIETIES. 



SOCIETIES— Continued. 



I 0. 0. r. 

Alliance Lodge, No. 540, meet^ 
every Thursday at German Odd 
Fellows Hall. 

Armine Encainpraent, No. 124, 
meets first and third Mondays of 
each month at German Odd Fel- 
lows Hall. 

Celestial Lodge, No. 833, meets 
every Monday at 1908 North Main 
avenue. 

Christiayia Rebekah Lodge, No. 
64, meets second and fourth Fridays 
of each month at German Odd 
Fellows Hall. 

Dunmore Lodge, No. 816, meets 
every Wednesday at Odd Fellows 
Hall. 

Globe Lodge, No. 985, meets every 
Monday at Harugari Hall. 

Green Ridge Lodge, No. 603, 
meets every' Thursday at Masonic 
Hall, Dickson avenue. 

Hyde Park Encampment, No. 
249, meets on second and fourth 
Wednesday evenings of each month 
at Masonic Hall. 

James Connell Lodge, No. 170, 
meets every Wednesday at 632 
Cedar avenue. 

Lackawanna Lodge, No. 291, 
meets every Friday at 209 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Lincoln Lodge, No. 492, meets 
every Monday at 111 West Market 
street. 

Patriarchs Militant, Department 
of Pennsylvania. Headquarters, 
Coal Exchange. 



Patriarchs Militant, Scranton, 
No. 4, meets every second and fourth 
Thursdays of each month at 209-211 
Wyoming avenue. 

Residenz Lodge, No. 513, meets 
every Wednesdaj^ at German Odd 
Fellows Hall. 

Robert Burns Lodge, No. 859, 
meets every Tuesday at German 
Odd Fellows Hall. 

Scrantonia Encampment, No. 81, 
meets second and fourth Mondays 
of each month at 209-211 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Silurian Lodge, No. 768, meets 
every Friday at 702 South Main 
avenue. 

Slocurn Lodge, No. 976, meets 
every Saturday at 208 North Main 
avenue. 

Sostkenes Lodge, G. U. O. of O. F., 
meets at Raub's Hall first, second 
•and third Fridays of each month. 

Wanetta Lodge, D. R., No. 23, 
meets first and third Thursdays of 
each month at 209-211 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Ancient Order Knights of the Mystic 

Chain. 

Hyde Park Castle, No. 38, meets 
every Tuesday evening at Co-opera- 
tive Hall. 

Scranton CoMle, No. 168, meets 
every Friday evening at A. O. U. 
W. Hall. 

Knights of the Black Cross. 

Lincoln Camp, No. 1, meets every 
other Wednesday evening at Noakes 
Hall. 

National Camp, meets at Noakes 
Hall. 



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SOCIETIES— Continued. 



Knights of Pythias, 

Electric City Lodge, No. 313, 
meets every Friday evening at 
Clark's Hall, 116 South Main ave- 
nue. 

Fcu'view Lodge, No. 369, meets 
every Friday' night. 

HeadqunrterH Fifth Regiment 
Uniformed Rank, K. of. P., 211 
North Washington avenue. 

H. N. Bunnell Division, No. 47 
(Uniformed Rank), meets every 
Monday night. 

Hyde Park Lodge, No. 306, Hyde 
Park, meets every Friday evening 
at Masonic Hall. 

Pa-Koo-Ka Lodge, No. 308, Provi- 
dence, meets every Friday evening 
at Osterhout Hall. 

Patagonia Lodge, No. 326, meets 
every Thursday evening at Evans' 
Hall, Hyde Park. 

Iloaring Brook Lodge, No. 401, 
meets every Wednesday evening at 
Hulbert's Hall. . 

Scranton Lodge, No. 263, meets 
every Tuesday evening at Odd Fel- 
lows Hall. 

Suburljan Lodge, No. 333, meets 
every Thursday evening at Lucas 
Hall, Green Ridge street. 

WiUinm B. WiUirAms, No. 49, 
(Uniformed Rank), meets every 
Wednesday in Armory, Hyde Park. 



B. P. 0. of Elks. 

Scranton Lodge, No. 123, meeta 
every Monday evening. Rooms, 
121 Wyoming avenue. 

A. 0. U, W. 

Upchureh Lodge, No. 222, meets 
every Monday at 419 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Improved Order Heptasophs. 

Oreen Ridge Conclave, No. 199, 
meets first and third Mondays of 
each month at Dickson avenue, 
corner Green Ridge street. 

Providence Conclave, No. 195, 
meets second and fourth Tuesdays 
in Fenner & Chappel's Hall, 1908 
North Main avenue. 

Scranton Conclave, No. 117, meets 
second and fourth Wednesday even- 
ings of each month, 134 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Roaring Brook Conclave, No. 214, 
meets first and third Tuesday of 
each month at 14]8Pittston avenue. 

West Side Conclave, No. 211, 
meetssecondand fourth Friday even- 
ings of each month at Clark's Hall. 

Carpenters' Union. 

Meets every Friday evening at 
Co-operative Hall, Hyde Park. 




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Oia. - - tlx© : DE:a;i.x>ox=>oct.xx -:- Z=*1a.xx. 

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. 

FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. 

No. 134 Peiin .Avenue, Scraiitou, Pa. 



Goto COLLINS & HACKETT foLSia^OTHiNG 



82 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



SOCIETIES— Continued. 



Knights of Labor, 
Boilermakers and Blacksmiths^ 
Union^ No. 8664, meets every Thurs- 
day at 117 Wyoming avenue. 

Conductors and Ifotormen's As- 
sembly/, No. 2320, meets every Sat- 
urday at Raub's Hall. 

Bricklayers and Masons' Interna- 
tional Union meets alternate Fri- 
days at 117 Wyoming avenue. 

District Assembly Officers D. A. 
16— 

Electric Science Assembly, No, 762, 
meets first and third Thursday of 
each month at 117 Wyoming ave, 

Machine Workers^ Assembly, No. 
6233, meets every other Monday at 
117 Wyomiog avenue. 

Miners and Laborers' Bright Star 
Assembly, No. 3161, meets every 
Thursday at their hall. West Mar- 
ket street. 

Nineteenth Century Club Asserribly ' 
meets everv Fridav at A. O. U. W. 
Hall. 

Painters and Decorators' Union 
meets first and third Thursdays of 
each month at 117 Wyoming ave. 

Progressive Assembly, No. 15, 
meets the second and fourth Thurs- 
day evenings at 117 Wyoming ave. 



Protection Assembly, No. 222, 
meets every Friday evening in 
Noakes' Hall, Spruce. 

Stationary Engineers' Assembly, 
No. 88, meets the first and third 
Friday evenings of each month at 
Co-operative Hall, North Main ave. 

Stonecutters' Union meets alter- 
nate Friday evenings at 117 Wyom- 
ing avenue. 

Vidcan Assembly, No. 3823, meet* 
every Saturday in Boston Hall. 

Typographical Union, No. 112, 
meets second Sunday of each month 
at 419 Lackawanna avenue. 

Division No. 3, A. O. H., meets 
alternate Mondays at 134 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Scranton City Lodge, I. O. B. A., 
meets second Sunday of each month 
at Odd Fellows' Hall. 

Jacob Harris Lodge, No. 31 , /. O. 
F. S. O. J., meets first and third 
Sundays of each month at 117 
Wyoming ave. 

IVOMTES meet every other Sat- 
urday at 1908 North Main avenue. 

Ivorite Society, No. 2, meets sec- 
ond and fourth Mondays of each 
month at 126 North Main avenue. 




W. H. PIERCE, 

CommissioD Merchant, 

Foreign and Domestic FRUITS, PRO- 
DUCE, VEGETABLES. 

OYSTERS, FISH, GAME, Etc. 

Wholesale and Retail. 

108, 110, 112, 114 Penn Ave., 

SCRANTON, PA. 



ASK YOUR ARCHITECT TO SPECIFY 

Manufactured by PARAGON PLASTER & SUPPLY CO. 

515 Green Ridge Street. 



PflRftGON 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



83 



SOCIETIES— Continued. 



Knights of Golden Eagle. 

Electric City Cattle, No. 375, meets 
every Tuesday at 206 N. Main ave. 

Moltke CciHtle^ No. 268 (German), 
meets at 632 Cedar ave. 

lioaring Brook Caat/e, No. 468; 
meets every Wednesday at 419 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Knights of Honor. 

Protection Lodge, No. 1727, meets 
the first and third Mondays of each 
month at 209 Wyoming avenue. 

Hyde Park Lodge, No. 1849, 
meets the second and fourth Mon- 
days of each month at 101 North 
Main ave. 

Loyal Knights of America. 

Enterprise Lodge, No. 21, meets 
every Monday at 118 S. Main ave. 

Garfield Lodge, No. 28, meets 
evei-y Tuesday at 1908 N. Main ave. 

Hartranfl Lodge, No. 42, meets 
first and third Wednesdays of each 
month at 126 North Main'avenue. 

Keystone Lodge meets every 
Thursday at 126 N. Main avenue. 

Eagle Lodge, No. 107, A. P. A., 
meets first and tliird Saturdays of 
each month at 126 N. Main avenue. 

Morning Star Lodge, No. 79, A. 
P. A., meets first and third Wednes- 
days of each month at Rogers Hall. 

Scranfon Lodge, No. 89, A. P. A., 
meets first and third Wednesdays 
of eacli moutli at 134 Wyoming ave. 



Star of Hope Lodge. No. 109, 
meets second and fourtn Wednes- 
days of each month at 702 South 
Main avenue. 

Scranton Glassbloivers^ Union 
meets first and third Sundays, at 
corner Capouse ave. and Marion st. 

Improved Order of Red Men. 

Bold Eagle Tribe, No. 102, meets 
first and third Fridays of each 
month at 115 North Main avenue. 

Mingo Tribe, No. 124, meets first 
and third Thursdays of each montli 
at 126 North Main avenue. 

Hiawatha Council, No. 26, D. of 
P., meets second and fourth Friday 
evenings, 134 Wyoming avenue. 

Nay-Aug Tribe, No. 140, meets 
every Tuesday at 632 Cedar avenue. 

Navajo Tribe, No. 105, meets 
every Thursday at 1610 Washburn. 

Pa-Noo-Ka Tribe, No. 141, meets 
first and third Wednesday's at 115 
North Main avenue. 

Pocono Tribe, No. 230, meets 
every Thursday evening at A. O. 
U. W. Hall. 

Oronoko Council, No. 24, D. of P., 
meets in Providence. 

Tammany Council, No. 8, I), of 
P., meets in Hyde Park. 

Ihnnaluka Tribe, No. 72, meets 
first and third Thursday evenings 
at Osterhout's Hall, Provinenc-e. 



GEORGE PABST, 
..House and Sign Painter.. 

Estimates Given on All Classes of Work. 

Hardwood Finishing a Specialty. Graining & Kalsomining. 
Jobbing done with neatness and dispatch. 



823 Irving- Avenue, 



DuNMORH, Pa. 



We are Headqaarters for FINE CLOTHING. CollinS ^ Hackett 

220 l_acka\A^anna Avenue. '^^ 



84 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



SOCIETIES— Continued. 



United Order of Red Men. 
Cherusker Tribe, No. 194, meets 
first and third Friday evenings at 
German Odd Fellows iSall. 

Locomotive Engineers- 
Samuel Sloan Division, No. 276, 
B. L. E., meets second and fourth 
Sundays at 1:30 p. m., in Raub's 
Hall. 

Mrs. W. F. Halstead Lodge, No. 
82, Auxiliary to Samuel Sloan Divi- 
sion, No. 276, B.L.E.,meetsevery sec- 
ond and fourth Wednesday' after- 
noon, at 2 o'clock. 

Locomotive Firemen. 
Acme Lodge, No. 228, meets first 
and third Sunday of each month at 
G. A. R. Hall. 

Order Eailroad Conductors. 
Lackawanna Division, No. 12, 
nieets in German Odd Fellows Hall 
second and fourth Sundays of each 
month. 

B. of E. E. Brakemen. 
Laekaivanna Lodge, No. 95, 
meets second and fourth Sundays of 
each month at G. A. R. Hall. 

A. 0, Foresters of America. 

Centennial Court, No. 6181, meets 
at Co-operative Hall, Hyde Park, 
the second and fourth Thursday 
evenings of each month. 

Court Pride of Laekaivanna, No. 
5793, meets at Masonic Hall, Hyde 
Vaxk, first and third Wednesday 
evenings of each month. 

Court Keystone Leader No. 5424, 
meets first and third Monday nights 
of each month at 707 and 709 South 
Main avenue. 



Court Robin Hood, No. 5855, 
meets first and third Thursday 
nights of each month at Archbald 
Hall, Providence. 

Court Albion, No. 7066, meets 
every alternate Saturday at 7:30 p. 
m., at Hulbert's Hall. 

Court Ethan Allen, No. 7382,. 
meets at Good Templar Hall, Green 
Ridge, at 7:30 p. m., every alternate 
Wednesday. 

Court Pride of Dunmore, No. 7617, 
meets at I. O. O. F. Hall, Dunmore, 
Thursdays. 

West Side Circle Companion 
Lodge, meets at Co-operative Hall, 
first and third Thursdays of each 
month. 

A. 0. of Jr. Foresters. 
Meets second and fourth Thurs- 
day evenings at Hulbert's Hall, 117 
Wyoming avenue. 

0. M. B. A. 

Branch 35, meets first and third 
Fridavs of each month at Windsor 
HoteL 

Branch No. 85, meets second and 
fourth Tuesday evenings of each 
month at Pharmacy Hall. 

Branch 44, meets second and 
fourth Wednesday evenings at 
Harugari Hall. 

Eoyal Arcanum, 
Scranton No. 923, meets every sec- 
ond and fourth Thursday of every 
month at Windsor Block. 

Laekaivanna, No. 1133, meets first 
and third Wednesdays of each 
month at Co-operative Hall. 




Keystone Steam Dye Works. 

Garments, Silks, 
Satins, Gloves, Feathers, Etc., 

DYED AND CLEANED. 

S31 NA/yoming Avemuie, 

Near Academy of Music, 
SCRANTON, PA. 

B. T. HOWBLLS, Prop. 



Clocks and Silverware 



A.T WHOLKSALE OTSTLY. 

GEO. PHILLIPS & CO., 27 &, 28 Coal Exchange. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



85 



SOCIETIES— Continued. 



P. 0, S. of A, 

Lackawanna Western District, 
1912 North Main avenue. Camps 
176, 177, 178, 200, 314, .33.3, .366, 418, 
492, 527,;642,:647. 

Laekawanna Comma) bdery, No. 
37, Blue Degree, meets every Friday- 
evening at 431 Lackawanna ave. 

C'am,p 175 meets every Thursday 
evening in Raub's Hall, Wyoming 
avenue. 

C'cimp 177 meets every Wednesday 
evening in Chappell's Hall, 1910 
North Main ave. 

Camp 178 meets every Thursday 
evening at Harugari Hall, 115 North 
Main avenue. 

Camp 242 meets every Wednesday 
evening at I. O. O. F. Hall, 209 
Wyoming avenue. 

Camp 333 meets every Tuesday 
evening at Masonic Hall, Hyde 
Park. 

Cam,p 342 meets every Friday 
evening in Oak Hall, Capouse ave- 
nue and Marion. 

Camp 4.30 meets in Freuhan's 
Hall, Monday evening. 



Protected Home Circle, 

Wide Awake Circle, No. 53, meet* 
first and third Tuesday of each 
month at 119 Wyoming avenue. 

Tonti. 
Anthracite Lodge, No. 143, meets 
second and fourth Tuesday in each 
month at Hulbert's Hall. 

Hi/de Park Lodge, No. 161, meets 
second and fourth Friday of each 
month at Morgan Hall. 

Suburban Lodge, No. 153, meets 
alternate Tuesdays at 1912 North 
Main avenue. 

South Side Lodge, No. 432, meets 
second and fourth Thursdays of 
each month, Prospect avenue, cor- 
ner Alder. 

0. U. A, M. 

Scranton Council, No. 229, meets 
every first and third Wednesday of 
each mouth at Masonic Hall, Penn 
avenue, corner Linden. 

Nay- Aug Council, No. 344, meets 
every Tuesday at Co-op^-ative Hall. 

Qarjield Council, No. 354, meets 
every Saturday, Marion, cor. Penn 
avenue. 




p. F. GIBBONS, J. II. NOLAN, 

1-18.5 Summit ave. 504 .Oak st. 

SCRANTON. I'A. 

GIBSONS&NOLflN, 

Carpenters & Builders, 

Estimates Cheerfully 
Furnished. 

Jobbing promptly attended 
to. 



BEST FITTING SDITS IN THE CITY AT CollinS ^ Hackfitt 

aao Lacka wan na Avenue. OillllHO ^ nCll/llCll 

86 SCEANTON AND VICINITY. 

GISNER S DRISGQLL 

Paintfirs^P ghangeLS 

House and Sign NA/ork:. 

Graining and Rainting in ail its 
Branches. 

Hardwood Finishing a Specialty. 

^^ ATTENDED TO. 

No. 527 Deacon Street, 

No. 7 Howard Piace, SCRANTON, PA. 

-GEO. W. BROWN- 

I3rayman 

Pianos and Furniture Carefully Handled. 




Heavy Machinery and Large Safes 

Handled -with Care and Dispatch. 
FREIGHT DELIVERED PROMPTLY. 
OFKICE : RKSIDKNCE : 

10 Lackawanna Ave. 210 Robinson St. 



T. I. LACEYatJ SON 



Make a Specialty of 

Church Arhitecture. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



87 



SOCIETIES -Continued, 



Jr. 0. U. A. M. 
Mosen Taylor Council^ No. 



151, 



meets in Windsor Hall every Mon- 
day evening. 

Lodge No. 497 meets every ISIon- 
day evening at Co-operative Hall. 



G. A. R, 

Lieut. Ezra S. Griffin Post, No. 
139, meets every Friday evening at 
334 Lackawanna avenue. 



Lieut. Ezra S. Griffin Post Wo- 
man's Relief Corps, No. 50, meets 
every Thursday evening at 334 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Col. Wm. N. Monies Post, No. 139, 
meets every other Tuesday evening 
at 421 Lackawanna avenue. 

Toadies of the G. A. R., Circle No. 
19, meets at A. O. U. W. Hall every 
other Tuesdav of each month. 



Sons of Veterans. 

Lieut. Ezra S. Griffin Camp, No. 
8, C. A. Hartwick, capt.; W. E. Ca- 



hoon, 1st sergt. fleets every Tues- 
day evening at G. A. R. Hall, over 
First National Bank. 

Veteran Soldiers' Association, 

Meetings second Wednesday even- 
ing of each month at 421 Lacka- 
wanu avenue. 

Association of the 143d P. F., P. 
DeLacy, pres., 860 Capouse avenue. 

Society of the First Army Corps, 
Army of the Potomac headquarters 
at Scranton. 



Cemeteries. 

Forest Hill, Dunmore. Office, 431 
Lackawanna avenue. 

German Presbyterian, 1100 Pitta- 
ton avenue. 

German Lutheran, North Wash- 
ington avenue. 

Hyde Park (Roman Catholic), 
Cemetery street. 

Washburn Street, Washburn, l>e-. 
tween Fillmore and Van Buren. 
Office, 201 Wyoming avenue. 




North Park Floral Gardens, 

T. B. McCLINTOCK, Proprietor. 

Decorations supplied for Weddings,Balls, 
Sociables, Churches and Public Halls. 
Cut Flowers and Floral Designs for 
Funerals. 



All Nvork done by skillfull artists, at 
reasonable prices. 

Jefferson flue., 

Corner Electric Street. 



SCRANTON, Pfl. 



^'"'' ^ariSi"""^ ** COLLINS & HAGKETT 



SCRANTON CHURCH DIRECTOKY. 



CHURCH DIRECTORY. 

BAPTIST. 

First— Scrauton, near South Main avenue. Pastor, Rev. T. J. Collins. 

First German— 523 Hickory. Pastor, Rev. John C. Schmitt. 

First Welsh— South Main avenue, near Washburn. Pastor, Rev. W. S. 
Jones. 

Green Ridge — Monsey avenue, near Green Ridge. Pastor, Rev. W. J. 
Ford. 

•Jackson Street — Jackson, above Hyde Pai'k avenue. Pastor, Rev. D. C. 
Hughes. 

Penn Avenue— Pen n avenue, above Spruce. Pastor, Rev. Warren G. 
Partridge. 

Peon Avenue Chapel — Blakely, Dunraore. Pastor, Rev. A. H. Kniglit. 

Providence— N. Main avenue, near Putnam. Pastor, Rev. Walter M. S. 
Lowell. 

. Providence Welsh — W. Market, near Brick avenue. Pastor, Rev. Wil- 
liam F. Davies. 

Westminster— 105 S. Main avenue. Pastoi*, Rev. . 

CATHOLIC. 

Church of the Holy Rosary— 318 Williams. Rector, Rev. N. J. Mc- 
Manus ; assistants, B.ev. William O'Donnell and Rev. J. O'Toole. 

Italian St. Aloysius Chapel— Wyoming avenue, near Linden. Rector, 
Rev. Peter Bondi. 

St. John (German) — S. Main avenue, corner Luzerne. Rector, Rev. 
Frederick A. Fricker. 

St. John Evangelist— Fig, near Pittston ave. Rector, Rev. Edward J. Mel- 
ley ; assistant. Rev. James A. Moffitt. 

St. Mary's (German) — River, near Cedar avenue. Rector, Rev. Peter 
Christ ; assistant. Rev. George J. Stopper. 

St. Patrick's — Jackson, near Sumner avenue. Rector, Rev. James B. 
Whelan ; assistant. Rev. J. Enright. 

St. Paul's— 1501 Penn avenue. Rector, Rev. P. J. McManus : assistant, 
Rev. J. J. Dunne. 

St. Peter's Cathedral — Wyoming avenue, corner Linden. Rector, Rev. 
William O'Hara, Bishop , pastor. Rev. J. A. O'Rielly ; assistants, Rev. 
James McHugh, Rev. John J. Managan, Rev. M. J. Millane, and Rev. P. J. 
Golden. 

Polish Church — 1217 Prospect avenue. Rector, Rev. Richard C. Aust ; 
assistant, Joseph Trocki. 

CHRISTIAN BRETHREN. 
Co-operative Hall. Edward Howell, Superintendent. 

CHRISTIAN DISCIPLES. 
Providence — N. Main avenue, near Market. Pastor, Rev. David M. 
Kinter. 

# MRS. L. M. WASHBURN, # 

If it and ^tnt&h &ttnvnnieed. 

Out of Town Work: Promptly 
» Attended To. 

Rooms 22 and 23 Liberty Hall Building, 

227 North Washington Ave., Scranton, Pa. 



DAVIS & HOUPT, Architects, 



24, 25 and 26 Commonwealth 
Building, 
SCRANTON, PA. 



SCBANTON CHURCH DIRECTORY. 89 



CONGREGATIONAL. 

First Welsh — South Main avenue, opposite Division. Pastor, Rev. 
David Jones. 

Plymouth— Jackson, near Hyde Park avenue. Pastorage vacant. 

Providence Welsh — West Market, near Brick avenue. Pastor, Rev. S. 
R. Jones. 

Free Christian Church — Penn avenue, near Marion. Pastor, Rev. 
Samuel Wilson. 

Puritan — Wayne avenue, near West Market. Pastor, Rev. D. A. Evans. 

Tabernacle (Welsh) — South Hyde Park avenue. Pastor, Rev. D. P. Jones. 
EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN. 

Christ Church— Cedar avenue, corner Beech. Pastor, Rev. Frederick 
Holter. 

Holy Trinity — Adams avenue, corner Mulberry. Pastor, Rev. E. L. Miller. 

St. Mark's — Fourteenth, near Washburn. Pastor, Rev. G. M. Scheidy. 

St. Paul's — Beech, corner Prospect avenue. Pastor, Rev. Chas. Kiessling. 

St. Peter's (German) — Ash, corner Preseott avenue. Pastor, Rev. John 
Randolph. 

Zion (German) — Mifflin avenue, between Spruce and Linden. Pastor, 
Rev. P. Frederick Zizlemann. 

GERMAN PRESBYTERIAN. 

Chestnut Street Church — Chestnut, near Price. Pastor, Rev. William 
Brucker. 

HEBREW. 

Anche Chesed Synagogue -Linden, near Franklin avenue. 

Benai Abram and Jacob Synagogue — Penn avenue, near Mulberry. 
Rabbi, Nathan Dreck. 

Benai Israel Synagogue— 111 Hickory. William Grauman. 

LUTHERAN. 

Calvary Reformed Church — Y. M, C. A. Building. Pastor, Rev. A. S. 
Bromer. 

METHODIST (Calvinistic) . 

Bethany (Welsh)— S. Main avenue. Pastor, Rev. J. T. Morris. 

First (Welsh) — 143 S. Main avenue. Pastor, Rev. Hugh Davis. 

Providence (Welsh)— Wayne avenue. Pastor, Rev. Wm. R. Edwards. 
METHODIST (Episcopal). 

African — Howard Place. Pastor, Rev. Alexander Smothers. 

Evangelical Church — Capouse avenue, corner ]Marion. Pastor, Rev. 
John W. Messinger. 

First (Elm Park) — Adams avenue, corner Mulberry. Pastor, Rev. 
Webster H. Pearce. 

First (German) — Adams avenue, cor. Vine. Pastt)r, Rev. G. F. Hausser. 

Green Ridge — Monsey avenue, corner Delaware. Pastor, Rev. G. A. Cui'e. 

Hampton Street — Hampton, corner Ninth. Pastor, Rev. A. W. Cooper. 

OLIVER DAVID, 

Dealer in Paints, Oils, Varuish, Brushes, Glass, Putty, 

Wall Paper and Window Shades. 
Also Painter and Contractor. 

Estimates on work clK'eruill.v nivcii. 
Store and Office, Main Street, BLAKELY, PA. 




Forest Castle Hotel, 

WILLIAM K. ERBE. Prop. 

Bar stoekeil willi Choice v iiies. Liquors. Ale. Beer. Porter 

and Ciuars. 

{^-Cioort Stablini;- Attached. .ff» 

■Rates, $1.50. 

The iml y lirst-clas.s liotcl liclweoii Scratilon and (d.vphant. 

•p-RICEBa-RG, PA. 

Streetcars [)ass the doors from Sci-anton evei'v :.'() minutes. 



"^Voraf.rr^.i'n'rL^r.i"^ collins & hackett 

90 SCRANTON CHURCH DIRECTORY. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL— Continued. 

Simpson — N. Main avenue, near Lafayette. Pastor, Rev. L. C, Floyd. 

Park Place — Court, above Diamond avenue. Pastor, Rev. J. F. Jones. 

Providence — N. Main avenue, near Market. Pastor, R«v. Moses D. 
Fuller. 

Second (German) — Taylor avenve, near Ash. Pastor, Rev. Gustave F. 
Hausser. 

South Scranton (German) — Prospect avenue, corner Birch. Pastor. 
Rev, Jacob Sut^r. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 
First — Washington avenue, near Lackawanna avenue. Pastor, Rev. 



German — Chestnut, near Price. Pastor, Rev. William Brucker. 

German — 439 Hickory. Pastorage vacant. 

Green Ridge— Green Ridge, near Penn avenue. Pastor, Rev. N. F. 
Stahl. 

Providence— 2022 N. Main avenue. Pastor, Rev. George E. Guild 

Second Memorial — Jefferson avenue, above Mulberry. Pastor, Rev. 
Charles E. Robinson. 

Washburn Street — Washburn, corner Hyde Park avenue. Pastor, Rev. 
E. W. Skellenger. 

Westminster — 103 S. Main avenue. Pastorage vacant. 

PRIMITIVE METHODIST.. 
First — E. Market, near Meylert avenue. Pastor, Rev. D. Savage. 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL. 
Church of the Good Shepherd — Green Ridge, corner Mousey avenue. 
Rector, Rev. F. S. Ballentine. 
St. Luke's — Wyoming avenue, near Linden. Rector, Rev. Rogers Israel. 
St. David's — .Tackson, corner Bromley avenue. Rector, Rev. M. H. 
Mill. 

REFORMED. 
Calvary Reformed Congregation — Y. M. C. A. Parlors. Pastor, Rev. W. 
H. Stubblebine. 

REFORMED (EPISCOPAL). 
Grace ChuLrch— 330 Wyoming avenue. Rector, Rev. Alfred Bates. 

SCIENTISTS. 
Church of Christ — 519 Adams avenue. 
Church of Christ— 809 Linden. Pastor, Rev. R. C. Hannon. 

UNIVERSALIST. 
All Souls Church — Adams avenue, corner Pine. Pastor, Rev. Amanda 
Deyo. 

W. ^W. WIIvLIAMS, 

Builder aX^ Contractor. 

Repairing, Painting, 
Plastering, &c. 

r^lans Dra-w-n to Oriier. 

200 High School Street. 

Shop on Wayne Avenue. 
Estimates made and contracts taken. 




Sim Park M. E. Churcli, 

Connell Building, 

Green Ridge Fresbyterian Chnrch, 



ARE PLASTERED WITH 

PARAGON WALL PLASTER. 



RAILROAD FARES AND DISTANCES. 



91 



RATES AND DISTANCES PROM SORANTON, PA. 



Central Railroad of New Jersey. 

To Trip. Miles. 

Ashley, Pa $ 70 22 

Asbury Park, N. J 5 85 220 

Atlantic Highland,N,J. 6 15 

Atlantic City, N. J 6 07 

Ashland, Pa 3 05 97 

Allentown, Pa 3 10 102 

Altoona, Pa 8 02 

Avoca, Pa 25 8 

Bethlehem, Pa 3 25 107 

Broadhead, Pa 3 45 114 

Baltimore, Md 6 61 202 

Bangor, Pa 4 05 

Bounk Brook, N.J 4 90 160 

Barnegat Park, N. J 7 05 

Chester, N. J 4 70 

Chester, Pa 5 18 • 

Chapman's Quarries, Pa. 3 70 122 

Chain Dam, Pa 3 50 115 

Columbia, Pa 4 98 

Carlisle, Pa 4 62 

Catasauqua, Pa 3 00 99 

Drifton, Pa 1 90 64 

Elizabeth, N. J 4 30 167 

Easton, Pa 3 60 119 

Flemington, N. J 5 25 

Farmingdale, N. J 6 24 

Glen Summit, Pa 1 15 37 

Girardville, Pa 2 95 

Gettysburg, Pa 5 42 

Glen Onoko, Pa 2 20 71 

Havre de Grace, Md 6 57 

Harrisburg, Pa. 4 07 

High Bridge, N. J 4 25 

Higland Beach, N. J 6 09 

Island Grove, Pa 3 30 111 

Johnstown, Pa 9 00 

.Tenkintowu, Pa 4 63 

Laflin, Pa 40 13 

Long Branch, N. J 5 85 215 

Lake Wood, N.J 6 45 



Trip. Miles 
Lake Hopatcong, N. J.. 5 GO 

Landsdale, Pa 4 22 

Laurel Run, Pa 95 30 

Lansford, Pa 2 55 79 

Lehighton, Pa 2 35 77 

Lehigh Gap, Pa 2 55 84 

Lancaster, Pa 5 15 

Lebanon, Pa 4 07 

Moosic, Pa 20 6 

Mountain Park, Pa 85 27 

Mahanov City, Pa 2 75 

Miner's 'Mills, Pa 50 16 

Mt. Carmel, Pa 3 07 

Manchester, N. J 6 69 

Mauch Chunk, Pa 2 25 73 

Norristown, Pa 4 52 

New York, N. Y 4 35 167 

Newark, N. J 4 30 

Nanticoke, Pa 90 30 

Ocean Grove, N. J 5 85 

Parsons, Pa 50 17 

Pottsville, Pa 3 10 97 

Pottstown, Pa 4 43 

Pittsburg, Pa 9 00 

Philadelphia, Pa 4 82 163 

Phillipsburg, N. J 3 60 119 

Plainfield, N. J 5 10 165 

Perth Amboy, N. J 5 62 

Pen Argyl, Pa 4 05 

Phoenixville, Pa 4 83 

Pittston, Pa 30 10 

Penn Haven June, Pa. 2 00 66 

Quakertown, Pa. 3 75 

Reading, Pa 3 88 125 

Ross Common, Pa 4 08 134 

Somerville, N. J 4 75 158 

Slatington, Pa 2 65 86 

Shenandoah, Pa 2 85 89 

Shamokin, Pa 3 07 102 

Saylor's Lake 4 16 136 

Spring Lake, N. J. 6 00 228 



DR. E^. R. HOFF, 



* 




Office at 409 Spruce! Street, near Wyoming Avenue. 

OlDTT/^T A T T^TTT^C • Gold Plate. Crown and Bridge Work. Correction of 
\jjriLf\^LJ^l^ L ±JlL/\J , Irregularities ol the Teeth. 

All kinds of Dental Work at reasonable prices. Dr. Walden's ofBce. 



Nobby Suits and Overcoats 
220 LackaAvanna Avenue. 



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92 



RAILROAD FARES AND DISTANCES. 



Rates and Distances From Scranton — Continued. 



,- Trip. Miles. 

Sea Bright, N. J 6 03 

Taylor, Pa 10 3 

I'amaqua, Pa 2 70 85 

Trenton, N. J 4 41 135 

Toms River, N. J 6 98 

Upper Lehigh, Pa 1 80 59 

Walnutport, Pa 2 65 '86 

Wayne Junction, Pa 4 80 

Wilmington, Del. 5 57 

Washington, D. C. 7 81 

Wind Gap, Pa 4 00 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa 60 19 

Warrior Run, Pa. 80 26 

White Haven, Pa 1 50 49 

Wanamie, Pa 90 .30 



Delaware and Hudson Railroad. 






Miles. 


Fares. 


Archbald 


12 


$ 30 


Avoca 


8 


25 


Carbondale 


18 


50 


Dickson 


6 


16 


Farvievi^ 


23 


75 


Honesdale 


.38 


1 10 


Jermyn 


14 


35 


Mayfield 


15 


40 


Mill Creek 


.. . 15 


45 


Miner's Mills. 


16 


50 


Minooka 


4 


10 


Moosic. 


7 


.20 


Parsons 


17 


50 



Miles. Fares. 

Peckville 9 24 

Pittston 11 .30 

Olyphant 7 18 

Waymer 25. 86 

Wilkes-Barre 19 60 

Winton 10 26 

NORTHERN POINTS. 

Albany, N. Y 193 6 03 

Binghamton 97 3 03 

Caldwell (Lake George) 228 8 46 

Cobleskill 168 4 56 

Crown Point 285 9 18 

Fairhaven 262 8 46 

Fort Edward 248 756 

Mechanicsville 193 6 48 

Montreal 417 12 25 

Nineveh 74 2 31 

Oneonta Ill 3 45 

Plattsburgh 344 10 92 

Poultney 8 07 

Rouse's Point 367 11 61 

Rutland, "Vt 277 8 88 

Saratoga Springs 198 7 00 

Sharon Springs 4 95 

Schenectady 198 5 62 

Schenevus 126 3 90 

Sidney 90 2 79 

Ticonderaga, N. Y 276 9 18 

Troy, N. Y 200 5 88 

Whitehall 254 8 22 



GROVE, 

MAKES STYLISH PHOTOS 

cute Childp?ns' Pictures a Specially. 



433 and 435 Spruce Street, Scranton, Pa. 



N. B. LEVY & BRO. °'*'«0NDS at wholesale 



Coa.1 KxcliarLge. 



RAILROAD FARES AND DISTANCES. 



Rates and Distances Prom Scranton — Continued. 



Delaware, Lackawanna and Western 
Miles 

Apalachin 76 

Alden 244 

Alexander 231 

Apulia 122 

Avoca 163 

Avondale 22 

Balwinsville 154 

Barker 79 

Bath 156 

Beach Haven 41 

Bellevue 1 

Bennett 16 

Berwick 44 

Big Flats 129 

Binghamton 62 

Blodgett's Mills 102 

Bloods 175 

Bloomsburg 56 

Boonton 115 

Briar Creek 47 

Bridgeville . 70 

Bridgewater 149 

Brisbin 88 

Buffalo 265 

Buff., Roch. & Pa. Jc 220 

Cameron 73 

Campbell's 146 

Candor 94 

Caroline 105 

Catawissa 60 

Cattatonk 89 

Cedarville 156 

Chadwicks 150 

Cbenango Forks 74 

Chenango Bridge 68 

Chulasky 71 

Clark's Summit 7 

Clayvilie 146 

Clifton 132 



Railroad. 


Fares. 


$2 50 


6 85 


6 70 


3 85 


5 05 


77 


4 70 


4 85 


1 34 


05 


55 


1 42 


4 05 


•2 08 


3 25 


5 45 


1 79 


3 80 


1 52 


2 40 


4 65 


2 85 


7 05 


6 55 


2 37 


4 55 


3 00 


3 40 


1 90 


2 85 


4 90 


4 70 


2 40 


2 20 


2 27 


25 


4 60 


4 25 



Miles. 

Cohoctou 171 

Conkliu, X. Y -53 

Conklin Centre 56 

Coopers 141 

Corning 135 

Cortland 105 

Coventry 92 

Craigs 212 

Curtis 144 

Dalton 11 

Danville 68 

Dansville 188 

Darien 237 

Delawanna 135 

Delaware 65 

Denville 110 

Dover 106 

Dunning 11 

Duryea 7 

Earlville , 120 

East Bethany 224 

East Buffalo 259 

East Lancaster 250 

East Winfleld 154 

Elmira 119 

Espy 54 

Factoryville 15 

Fargo Switch 242 

Farshall 140 

Tobyhanny 27 

Foster 27 

Fulton Station 166 

Glenburn 10 

Gouldsboro 21 

Great Bend 48 

Greene 83 

Greigsville 209 

Groveland 196 

Hackettstown 88 

Henryville 45 

Hicks Ferrv 38 



Fares. 

5 30 
1 83 

1 62 
4 40 
4 25 

3 35 

2 95 

6 40 

4 50 
40 

2 16 

5 §0 

6 SO 
4 30 

2 37 

3 75 
3 55 

35 
25 

3 80 

6 60 

7 00 
6 90 

4 80 
3 75 
1 72 

54 



92 
95 
4 95 
35 
73 

1 65 

2 65 
6 35 
6 00 
2 95 
1 56 
1 26 




FERGUSON & DOYLE, 

Carpenters X Biiilders. 



F.slimates given. 

Jnbbirifx promptly attended to. 



< 'nil oi- iiddress. 

GAVIN'S HOTEL, 

JERMYN, PA. 



PINE TROUSERS 
220 Lackawanna Avenue. 



AT 



COLLINS & HACKETT 



94 



BAILBOAD FARES AND DISTANCES. 



Rates and Distances Prom Scranton — Continued. 



Miles. Fares. 

Hoboken, N. J 144 $4 55 

Homer 108 3 45 

Hubbardsville 128 4 00 

Hunlocks 28 94 

Ithaca 117 3 70 

Jamesville 135 4 25 

Kanona 159 4 95 

Killawog 89 2 85 

Kingsland 137 4 40 

Kingsley's 30 1 09 

Kingston 17 60 

Lackawanna... 6 22 

Lakeside 146 

Lamsons 159 4 80 

Lancaster.'. 253 6 95 



Miles. Fares. 

La Plume 13 46 

Leicester 206 6 ^ 

Lime Ridge, Pa 50 1 64 

Lincoln Park 122 4 00 

Linwood 215 6 ^ 

Lisle 85 2 75 

Litchfield 97 3 10 

Little Falls J26 4 10 

Little York 112 3 56 

Lounsberry 87 2 85 

Lowmanville 112 3 60 

Lyndhurst 136 4 35 

Maltby 15 50 

Manunka Chunk 68 2 37 

Marathon 92 2 95 



SWICK & VAIL, 

Jobbers of Keed, JVIeal, Grain, Baled Hay, 

Etc., Etc. 

North Main Street, JERMYN, PA. 

S. D. DAVIS, M. D. 

PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST. 

Dealer in DRUGS, BOOKS & STATIONERY, Rairxts, 
Oils, Wall Raper, Ktc. 

UNDER OPERA HOUSE. iTJEi'JEt.Tk/lL'Tnyj'^ :E*.A.. 

Painter and 

Deoorator. 

HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING. 



TflOMftS ROBERTS, 



Kalsomining and Graining. 

Cont;ra.ct;in.g a. Specia-Itjr. 

Second Sfreef. JERMYN, Pfl. 



READERS, if you A^ant a good local paper. 
Take the 

the: f'e.ebb. 

ADVERTISERS, it will pay you to patroniaje 

O^HE fe.e:33. 



Kor Neat, Good Rrinting of any kind everyl>ody 
should first call at the office of 

Main Street, JERMYN, PA. 

THOMAS BOUNDY, Editor and Publisher. 



Can Collect Your Accounts Scranton commercial Association 

234 Lackawanna Avenue. 



BAILROAD BATES AND DISTANCES. 



95 



Rates and Distances From Scranton — Continued. 



Miles. 

Miller's Mills 158 

Minetto .... 172 

Montrose Station 36 

Montville 117 

Moscow 13 

Mt. Morris 203 

Mt. Pocono 34 

Mt. View 124 

Nantlcoke 24 

Nay-Aug 6 

Newark 

New Hartford 153 

New MUford 41 

New York, N. Y 145 

Nichols 91 

Nicholson 21 

North Brookfleld 131 

North Elmira 123 

North Norwich 110 

Northumberland 80 

Norwich 104 

Onativia 127 

Oswego 177 

Owego 83 

Oxford 96 

Oxford Furnace 74 

Painted Post 138 

Paris 141 

Passaic 134 

Paterson 130 

Perkinsville 183 

Pittston 9 

Plymouth 20 

Pocono Summit 31 

Poolville 123 

Portland, Pa 62 

Port Murray 82 

Preble 115 

Presco ; 40 

Richfield Jc 145 



Fares. 

$4 90 


5 10 


1 22 


^ 90 


45 


6 20 


1 17 


4 05 


82 


20 


4 35 


4 80 


1 45 


4 55 


2 95 


75 


4 10 


3 90 


3 50 


2 40 


3 30 


4 00 


5 15 


2 70 


3 10 


2 52 


4 30 


4 25 


4 20 


5 65 


30 


69 


1 09 


3 85 


2 16 


2 80 


3 65 


1 38 


4 50 



Miles. 

Richfield Springs 166 

Rupert 58 

Sangerfield 136 

Savona 150 

Sauquoit 148 

Secaucus 141 

Shickshinny 33 

Sherburne 115 

South Columbia 163 

South Granby 161 

S. Passaic 134 

Spragueville 49 

State Bridge 96 

Stiles 149 

Stroudsburg 53 

Syracuse 142 

Taylor 3 

Tully 120 

Unadilla Forks 150 

Utica 157 

Vestal 70 

Wallace 166 

Washington 78 

Washington Mills 152 

Water Gap 57 

Waterville 137 

Waverly 101 

Wayland 181 

W. Paterson 129 

West Pittston 10 

WestWinfield 152 

White Hall 119 

Whitney's Point 83 

Wilkes-Barre 18 

Willards 75 

Williwanna 105 

Willow Grove 48 

Willow Point 67 

Willseyville 98 

Wyoming 12 



Fares. 


5 20 


1 84 


4 25 


4 70 


4 65 


4 45 


1 11 


3 65 


5 05 


4 85 


4 30 


1 69 


3 05 


4 65 


1 84 


4 45 


10 


3 80 


4 65 


4 90 


2 30 


5 15 


2 65 


4 75 


1 99 


4 30 


3 25 


5 60 


4 15 


35 


4 75 


3 95 


2 70 


60 


2 45 


3 40 


1 58 


2 20 


3 15 


43 




CURTIS E. HELMES. 



Dealer in. 



Fine and Staple Groceries, 

Boots, Shoes, Patent 

Medicines, 

BALED HAY, STRA^W, ETC. 

Our Specialties are Tea, Coffee 
and Spices. 



^^"-'fro&^c?a^w^:,^f .*:„„. collins & hackett 



96 



SCBANTON AND VICINITY BUSINESS DIRECTOEY. 



NOTARY PUBLIC. 




Stsamshiip • R3ss3g3 • Agent. 

No. 101 North Main Ave., SCRANTON, PA. 
• • • • 

PAYMENTS in any sum to all parts of the world. 

TRANSFERS of money by cable. 

DRAFTS at lowest rates on any part of the world. 

COLLECTIONS of drafts and legacies. 

FOREIGN COINS and BANK NOTES bought and sold. ' 

PASSAGE TICKETS to and from any part of Europe by the following flrstclass 
steamship lines : White Star, Inman, American, Anchor, Guion, Allen and State. 
Orders and inquiries bj' mail promptly attended to. Address as above. 

WALTER GREAVES, 

Livery and Boarding Stables. 

FIRST-CLASS CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES TO LET 
AT REASONABLE PRICES. 

I Teaming- and Carting of every description promptly , 
attended to. 

^Dealer in all kinds of Blue Stone. 

t Flag Sidewalks a Specialty. 

234 Butler St., DUNMORE, PA. 




J. Smith, Boruch & Didik Co. 

XjIDVCITiEID 

General Store. Meat Market. 



And Money Brokers. 

410 S. WashingfOD flue., SCRflNTON, Pfl. 



Be up to the times and get a copy of THIS WORK. 

FIRTCE- $1.00- 

STEAMSHIP BATES. 97 



FARES FROM NEW YORK BY WATER. 

The following list of Fares was furnished by B. G. Morgan, 101 North 
Main avenue, Scranton, Pa.: 

Saloon Eates of Passage, 
NEW YORK TO OR FROM GLASGOW OR LONDONDERRY. 

Single. Return. 

In best outside Htaterooms for two persons $65 $120 

In outside staterooms for two persons 60 110 

Berth in aft inside or forward outside stateroom 4o 90 

Second Cabin Eates. 
To or Front. Prepaid. Outward, Return. 
Glasgow, Londonderry, Liverpool or Belfast |35 $80 $65 

Steerage. 
GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND. 

Outzvard 

From Neic York. 

Glasgow, Liverpool, Londonderry, Belfast $23 00 

Dublin and London 24 00 

(vardifTand Bristol 25 00 

CONTINENTAL POINTS. 

Antwerp, Amsterdam, Bremen, Hamburg, Rotterdam 25 00 

Oderburg 29 00 

Oswiecin 29 15 

Children over 1 year and under 12 years _ .' fare 

SCANDINAVIAN POINTS. 
Copenhagen, Christiana, Christiansand, Gothenburg, Malmo, Sta- 

vanger 26 00 

Stockholm 29 00 

Hango 27 00 

Children, over 1 year and under 12 years ] fare 

Infants, under 12 months 3 00 

MEDITERRANEAN RATES. 
By Direct Steamers Only. 

Naples '. ' 26 00 

Messina 30 00 

Palermo 32 00 

Genoa 26 00 

Leghorn 30 00 

Gibraltar 28 00 

One infant, under 12 months, allowed free. 



To or From 


First Cabi)i. 


Second Cabin, 


, Steerage. 


Madeira 


$ 76 00 


$ 51 00 


$ 31 00 


Cape Town 


200 00 


128 00 


82 00 


Delagoa Bay 


235 00 


158 00 


107 00 


Mozambique 


•1 






Madagascar 


... [ 255 00 


174 00 


118 00 


Mauritius 


...) 






Gibralter 


50 00 


30 00 




Naples 


70 00 


50 00 




Port Said 


105 00 


65 00 
70 00 




Suez 


110 00 




Cairo 


113 00 


75 00 




Alexandria 


115 00 


75 00 




Colombo 


250 00 


175 00 




Adelaid 


...) 






Melbourne 


...} 300 to 350 


180 to 200 


$88 to 110 


Sydney 


... 1 






New Zealand points 


315 to 365 


180 to 200 


88 to 110 


Brisbane 


315 to 350 


180 to 200 


88 to 110 


Rockhampton 


325 to 350 


190 to 210 


88 to 110 


Children between 3 and 12 years 


of age, half pr 


ice. One child under 3 


years (no berth provided), free. 









''°''iis'ractea^°i';(l?„t'* COLLINS & hackett 



98 



SCBANTON AND VICINITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



IwIJLX Flill^IP'F, 




MasoD, CoDtpactop and Biiildep. 

Estimates given on Stone, Bricic, Plastering and 
ORNAMENTAL WORK. 

Liargre Contracts a Specialty. No Contract too large for me. 

Jobbing promptly attended to. 



415 Alder Street, 



SCRANTON, Pa. 




McMillan bros., 

/ Boarding Stables. 

First-Class Carriages and Buggies to let 

at all hours. 
Give us a call. 

UNDERTAKERS. 

Blakeley St., Dunmore, Pa. 
17-19 E. Market St., Providence, Pa. 



SMITH SIMPSON, 

Carpenter & Builder. 

Estimates given on ail classes 
of work. 

Jobbing promptly attended to 

No. 911 Blakeley Street, 
DUnniore, Pa. 




Fares. 


Eza 


$ 25 


? as 


30 


43 


5 


10 


30 


50 


70 


1 10 


90 


1 35 


1 10 


1 95 


30 


43 


75 


1 10 


55 


90 


30 


43 


40 


60 


35 


53 


1 00 


1 60 


60 


85 


45 


70 



DA p A nnN 1^ TH^ ^^^'^ SUBSTANTIAL WALL PLASTER manufactured. 
iMnMUUIl Send for Catalogue. 515 Green Ridge St. 

RAILROAD BATES AND DISTANCES. 99 

Rates and Distances From Scranton — Continued. 

Erie and Wyoming Valley Railroad. 

Miles. 

Avoca 6 

Broad Street Junction (Browntown) 9 

Dunmore 1 

Elmhurst 9 

Georgetown ;.. 23 

Hoadley's 29 

Honesdale 28 

Hughestown 8 

Lake Ariel 

Maplewood 18 

Pittston 11 

Port Blanchard 12 

Sebastopol Crossing 10 

West Hawley 36 

Wilkes-Barre 18 

Wimmer's 14 



Railroad Speed. 

The fastest time made by an American train was on ttie New York Cen. 
tral and Hudson Railroad, 112 miles in 60 minutes, or one hour; also Phila. 
and Reading Railroad, August 27, 1891, 12 miles, Jenkintown to the Dela- 
ware River, in 8 minutes, 42i seconds, being at the average rate of 82.7 
miles an hour. The tenth mile was made at the rate of 90.5 miles an hour, 
and the ninth mile at the rate of 90 miles. The average for the sixth to 
tenth mile was 87 miles. The train was composed of an engine, tender, 
and three cars, all weighing 169 tons. 

The fastest long distance run was on the New York Central Railroad, 
September 14, 1881, from New York City to East Buffalo, 436 1-8 miles, in 
425 minutes, 14 seconds, actual time, or 439^ minutes, including three stops. 
Average speed, including stops, 61.56 miles an hour. 

The Jarrett &, Palmer special theatrical train, Jersey City to San Fran- 
cisco, June, 1886, made the fastest time between the two oceans — 3 days, 7 
hours, 39 minutes, and 16 seconds. 



InsLjre in the 

Penn. Mutual uie insurance Go. 

BOURNE & DURHAM, Gen. Agts. 

ROOM No. 1, LIBRARY BUILDING. 
SCRANTON. PA. 

W. S. MILLAR, Special Agent. 

O. ED. CAREY, District Agent. 

H. I. JONES, District Agent. 

Best Protection given for Least Cost. 
fixamine our 40 per cent. Guaranteecl Dividend Policies. 



'"''l"A''Ll^t'™!!L'irf'*'''' COLLINS & HACKETT 



100 



SCBANTON AND VICINITY BUSINESS DIBECTORY. 



Contractor, Carpenter and Builder, 



Contracts 

for 
Buildings . 
taken 




Estimates 
cheer- 
fully 
given 



PLANING MILL & LUMBER YARD. 

Also Dealer in Flooring, Ceiling and Moulding. 
Newel Posts, Balusters, Etc., Etc. 

PLUMBING, STEAM AND GAS FITTING. 

Orders by mail receive prompt attention. 

North Main Street, J^prnyn, Pa. 



Salesroom and Office : 




HENRY REVELS 
CONTRACTOR 

CARPENTER AND BUILDER, 

STONE and 

B-RICK -:- MASO/S 
PAINTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 

JOBBING 

Promptly Attended to. 



OFFICE AND RESIDENCE : 

ACADEMY STREET, 

Archbald, Pa. 




Ma rr\r\Ac -at Pot^aiT GEO. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Jewelers. 

TOIIiBT AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS. 101 

TOILET AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS, 

To SOFTEX THE SkIN AND IMPROVE THE COMPLEXION. — To one CUp of milk 
add a tablespoonful of flour of sulphur, let it stand two hours. Rub milk into 
the skin without shaking ; it will keep it soft and clear. 

Painting a Corn with equal parts cf carbolic acid and glycerine will remove 
it after a few applications. 

For Freckles. — Two ounces lemon juice or one half-dram powdered borax, 
one dram of sugar ; mix and let stand four days ; rub on face occasionally. 

Wash for Pimples. — Half dram salt of tartar, three ounces spirits of wine : 
apply with camel's haii- brush. 

Wash for the Skin. — Four ounces potash, four oiuices rose water, two 
ounces brandy and two ounces lemon juice ; mix with t^\ o quarts water. Put 
two tablespoonfuls of the mixture in your washbowl with the usual quantity 
of water. 

Avoid washing the face in cold water : take plenty of open air exercise ; go 
to bed early, wash your face three times a day in hot water ; eat the best you 
can get, and all you want. 

To prevent hair from becoming prematurely gray, take one ounce glycerine, 
one ounce bay ram and one pint sti-ong sage tea. Mix and add a few drops of 
the oil of bergamot. 

WHAT HOUSEKEEPERS SHOULD REMEMBER. 

That cold rain water and soap will remove machine grease from washable 
fabrics. 

That fish may be scaled much easier by lirst dipping them into boiling water 
for a minute. 

That milk which has changed may be sweetened or rendered fit for use again 
by stirring in a little soda.. 

That boiling starch is much improved by the addition of speiui or salt, or 
both, or a little gum arable dissolved. 

That a tablespoonful of turpentine, boiled with your white clothes, will 
greatly aid the whitening process. 

That kei-osene will soften boots and shoes that have been hardened by water, 
and will render the la as pliable as new. 

That thorfnigiily wetting the hair once or twice AWth a solution of salt and 
water will keep it "fro;u falling out. 

That salt fish are quickest and best freshened by soaking in sour mUk. 

That one teaspoonfiil of aiiunonia to a teacup of water, applied with a rag, 
will clean silver and gold jeA\ elry perfectly. 

Tlmt salt will curdle new milk ; Jieiice in preparing ijorridge, gra-vdes, etc., 
salt should not ht' adiied until the dish is prepared. 



nvLA-n^sionxr house. 

,,.„„„„ VI. F. CAKKREV, Prop'r. 

Main St., opp. Hose Co, No. 1, ARCHBALD, PA, 

First-Class Acconunodatioiis for Permanent and Transii-nt Boarders. . 
MY BAR IS STOCKED WITH THE BEST ALES. WINES 
AND LIQUORS. When in Archbald stop at the Mansion House. 



MAYFIELD HOUSE. 



E. K. EDMUNDS, Prop. 



FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRANSIENTS. 
Rooms heated throiitrhoiit by liol air. MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS. 

SAMPLE "ROOM ATTACHED, 
Lackawanna Ave., opposite D, & H. Depot, MAYFIELD, PA, 



visit COLLINS & HACKETT % FiiepLpTHiNG 



220 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. 



102 



SCRANTON AND VICINITY BUSINESS DIBECTOBY. 



A. E. TIFFANY, 

Carpenter, Builder and Contractor 



Office at Mill 

and Yard : 
MAYFIELD. 
Office and Residence 

17 Birkett St.. 
CARBONDALE. 




Plaining Mill and 
Lumber Yard: 

MAYFIELD, 

PA., 

Opposite D.&.H. 
Depot. 



SCROLL SAWING AND TURNING A SPECIALTY 

Dealer in Builder's Material, Hardware, Paints, 
Oils, Glass and Brick. 

A. \A/. TEN N ANT, 

Contractor, Carpenter & Builder 



^K^ 



m 





Jobbing of All Kinds Promptly Attended To. 

HARDWOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY. 

: Office, Farmers' Hotel, JERMYN, PA- 



p. O. BOX, "J. 



r„r Plans a_„d S^pecifica.ions I J ^JgY ^ ^QN, APChiteCtS 

TOILET AND HOUSEHOLD HINTS. 103 

The best time to bathe is just before going to bed, as any danger of catching 
cold is thus avoided ; and the complexion is improved by keeping warm for 
several hours after leaving the bath. 

A bag of hot sand relieves neiiralgia. 

"Warm borax water will remove dandruff. 

Salt should be eaten with nuts to aid digestion, 

A little soda water wiU reUeve sick headache caused by indigestion. 

A cupful of strong coffee will remove the odor of onions from the breath 

A well ventilated bedroom wiU prevent morning headaches and lassitude. 

A cupful of hot water drank before meals will reheve nausea and dyspepsia. 

That paint stains that are dry and old may be removed from cotton or woolen 
goods with chloroform. It is a good plan to first cover the spot with olive oil 
or butter. 

That clear boiling water wiU remove tea stains ; pour the water through the 
stain and thus prevent its spreading over the fabric. 

That by applying kerosene oil with a rag when yon are about to put your 
stoves away for the summer will prevent them from rusting. Treat your 
farming implements in the same way before you lay them aside in the f aU. 

That a good agency for keeping the air of the cellar sweet and wholesome 
is whitewash made of good white lime and water only. The addition of glue 
or size, or anything of this class is only a damage by furnishing organic mat- 
ter to speedily putrify. The use of lime whitewash is not simply to give a 
white color, but it greatly promotes the complete oxidation of effluvia in the 
cellar air. Any vapors that contain combined nitrogen in the tmoxidized 
form, contributes powerfully to the development of disease germs. 

That fruit stains may be removed from Unen by rubbing the spot with soap 
on each side, then laying on thick a mixture of starch in cold water. Rub 
well in, and expose to the sun until stain comes out. 

HOW TO KEEP WELL. 

Don't sleep in a draught. 

Don't go to bed with cold feet. 

Don't stand over hot air registers. 

Don't eat what you do not need just to save it. 

Don't try to get cool too quickly after exercising. 

Don't sleep in a room without ventilation of some kind. 

Don't stuff a cold lest you should next be obliged to starve a fever. 

Don't sit in a damp or chilly room without a fire. 

Don't try to get along without flannel underclothing in winter. 



KREINBURG S PFIIHLER. 

Bottlers^ m 

And Manufacturers of 

flll Kinds of Soft Drinks 

Cross Corner Williams Street, DUN MORE. 



104 SCBANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Highland Park. 

LOTS, $150. 

TERMS, $5.00 DOWN $5.00 PER MONTH 

-*--^ SIZE, 50x150 -%.^ 

Scranton's Most BeautiM Suburban Villa Plot. 

Delightful! location for an ideal home, within the reach and 
good enough for any nnan; is not to be found elsev^here 
within 15 minutes of the city's center. HIG-HLAND PARfe 
is the easterly side of a beautiful natural basin, environed like a 
great amphitheatre, -with an almost continuous mountain range, 
behind a section of which the glare of the electric lights of Scran- 
ton are nightly visible, and the full sweep of which makes the 
plot in its entirety fully the half of what is a delectable world in 
itself. The slope is eastward and southward, w^ell sheltered from 
the w^inter's cold, and under the gilding of the sunlight from 
morn till evening. It may well be said the breezes are life-giving. 
All the accumulated malaria of the coal flields of Pennsylvania 
poured in upon Highland Park would vanish with the going down 
of the sun. Health, rest and inspiration have here their abode. 
It promises nothing for doctors, for every contingent for sickness 
is conspicuously absent. Compassing the distance that seperates 
the bustling Clark's Summit from the staid and quiet halmet of 
Clark's G-reen by Highland Avenue, with parallel and intersect- 
ing streets, it abounds in beautiful locations for cosy homes, 
more than three-quarters of which have been already sold and 
about fifty have buildings already tip and as many more going 
up. A pleasing variety to the surface is the handwork of Nature, 
and the designers of the park have not overlooked these beauty 
spots in the arrangement of its streets and object points. Not 
least among the latter are four beautiful, never-failing springs. 
The water question will never trouble Highland Park. An abund- 
ant supply of the purest is one of its chief glories and will be 
until the millenium, of which its beauties speak. 

HIGHLAND PARK is only 15 minutes' ride from the center 
of Scranton, on the main line of the D. L. Sz W. R. R. and on the 
main line of the Scranton and Abington Electric Railroad which 
is to pass through the park. 

There are some desirable lots which w^ill be sold for $150 
each, on payments of $5 down; $5.00 per month. Size of lots 
50x160 and larger. 

Buy a lot where your investment will double within a year- 
For maps and particulars call at 

Jadwin's Real Estate Agency, 

(See opposite page.) Post Office Building, SCRANTON, PA. 



mo-HiLJ^isriD :pjli^k:. 



PLAN OF HIGHLAND PARK. 



105 




PLAN OF 

HIGHLAND PARK 



SKK (UTOHITE PAGK. 



Fine Clothing, Popular Prices, at COLLINS & HACKETT'S 

220 Lackawanna Avenue. vrvri-i«ii»v» ^JL lirwi%l-l I \J 



106 



SOBANTON AND VICINITY. 




PORTRAITS 

$10 to $100 

Free Hand Crayon, 
Complete, 310 to 
325. 

Oil or Pastel, 

Life Size, 325 to 

375. 
Oil from Life, 

375 to 3100 and 

upward. 

T. F. WALSH, 



Box 16. 
PECKVILLE, PA. 



Residence, Church Street, 
JESSUP. 



Carpenter and Builder. 

Estimates and Plans Furnished. 

ID-ULnmore 3t., 
s:. BE. h:o:f:f:kiok:e:r., 

PRACTICAL HORSESHOER. 

JOBBING- irL JLll Its Branclies. 

TRUCKS AND VEHICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 
MANUFACTURED TO ORDER. 



ALL WORK UNDER MY OWN f^UPER- 
VIBION. 

IVIain Street, 

f>kck:viIvLK, pa. 





Lime, Cement 4 Plaster, "r«''2r„^Jf:.tire\'''''- 



WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 



107 



WEIGHTS AND 

TROY WEIGHT. 

34 Grains make 1 Pennyweight, 
20 Pennyweights make one ounce. 

By this weight gold, silver and jeAv- 
els only are weighed. The ounce and 
pound in this are the same as in 
Apothecaries' Weight. 

APOTHECARIES' WEIGHT. 

30 Grains make 1 Scruple. 

3 Scruples make 1 Dram. 
8 Drams make 1 Ounce. 
12 Ounces make 1 Pound. 

AVORDUPOIS WEIGHT. 

Drachms make 1 Ounce. 
Ounces make 1 Pound. 
25 Pounds make 1 Quarter. 

4 Quarters make 100 Weight. 
2000 Pounds make 1 Ton. 

DRY MEASURE, 

2 Pints make 1 Quart. 
8 Quarts make 1 Peck. 
4 Pecks make one Bushel. 
30 Bushels make 1 Chaldron. 

LIQUID OR WINE MEASURE. 

4 Gills make 1 Pint. 
2 Pints make 1 Quart. 
4 Quarts make 1 Gallon. 
31)^ Gallons make 1 Baixel. 
2 Barrels make 1 Hogshead. 

CUBIC MEASURE. 

1726 Cubic Inches 1 Cubic Foot; 
27 Cubic Feet 1 Cubic Yard. 
128 Cubic Feet 1 Cord (wood) 
40 Cubic Feet 1 Ton (sliipping) 
2150.42 Cubic Inches 1 Stan'd Bush. 
268.8 Cubic Inches 1 Standard Gallon. 
1 Ciibic Foot four-fifths of a Bushel. 



MEASURES- 

LONG MEASURE — DISTANCE. 

8 Barleycorns 1 Inch. 
12 Inches 1 Foot. 

3 Feet 1 yard, 
oij' Yards 1 Rod. 
40 Rods 1 Furlong. 

8 Furlongs 1 mile. 

TIME MEASURE. 

60 Seconds make 1 Minute. 
60 Minutes make 1 hour. 

24 hours make 1 day. 
7 Days make 1 Week. 

4 Weeks make 1 Lunar Month. 
28, 29, 30 or 31 days make 1 Calendar 

Month. 
30 Days make 1 Month in computing 

interest. 
52 Weeks and 1 Day or 12 Calendar 

Months, make 1 year. 
365 Days, 5 Hours, 48 Minutes and 4Q 

Seconds, make 1 Solar Year. 

CLOTH MEASURE. 

2>^ Inches 1 Nail. 
4 Nails 1 Quarter. 
4 Quarters 1 Yard. 

SQUARE MEASURE. 

144 Square Inches 1 Square Foot 

9 Square feet 1 Square Yard. 
30| Square Yards 1 Square Rod. 
40 Square Rods 1 Rood. 
4 Roods 1 Acre. 

SURVEYORS' MEASURE. 
7.92 Inches 1 Link. 

25 Links 1 Rod. 
4 Rods 1 Chain. 

10 Square Chains, or 160 Square Rod* 
1 Acre. 

640 Acres 1 Sqiiare Mile. 



C. W. HOUSER, 

HARNESS, TRUNKS, BAGS, WHIPS, 

BLANKETS, EXC. 

Sole Leather and Shoe Findings. 

A Hand-Made Davis Rubber 
&>^||*f ' Harness for Onlv $10.00. 

Ciill ;ui(i SCO il. 

\m Lackawanna St., OLYPHANT, PA. 




YOUNG MEN'S SUITS at COLLINS & HACKETT 



S20 LackaTranna Avenue. 



108 SCR ANTON AND VICINITY. 

N. halsteadT 







Flowers, Roses and ^^^^1^^ ft'l Kinds of Orna- 
Ornamental - Shrubs ^^^^^^^^ mental and 

a Speclaltu. -^2^^^^ Shade - Trees. 




ELLWANGER & BARREY 

MOUNT HOPE NURSERIES, 

330 Ivlifflln JLyo., 

QHoicE Groceries, Delicacies, Provisions, 

Fresh and Salt Meats. 

Also Cigars, Tobaceo and Candles. 

417 N. Irving Ave., SCRANTON, PA. 

H. U. HOPEWELL, 

Palnilno in all its Brandies. "' " s^rion. Pa. 

Signs, Scenic and Ivandscape a Specialty. 
First-Class House Painting. Signs painted anywhere on Earth. 

R. J. TAVLOR, Agent. 

MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF 

Light and Heavy Harness. 

Repairing in all its branches neatly done. 

Boot and Shoe Making a Specialty. 

Dealer in Horse Furnishing 
Goods, Whips and Robes. 

liave added a fine line of ttie best 
brands of Cigars and Tobacco. 

Main Str??t, Pechville, Pa. 




N. B. LEVY & BRO. 



1847 ROGER BROS. SILVERWARE AT 

Wholesale, Coal Exchange. 

109 



TABLE OF WAGES BY THE WEEK. 



TABLE OF WAGES BY THE WEEK- 

TEN HOURS PER DAY. 




50 
00 
50 
00 
50 

6 50 

7 00 
7 50 

00 
9 00 

10 00 

11 00 

13 00 

14 00 

16 00 

17 GO 

19 00 

20 00 

21 00 

22 00 
33 00 
25 00 



THE FIRST WATCH. 
At first the watch was about the size of a dessert plate. It had weights and 
was used as a " pocket clock." The first great improvement, the substitution 
of springs for weights, was in 1540. The earliest springs were not coiled, but 
only straight pieces of steel. Early watches had only one hand, and being 
wound up twice a day, they could not be expected to keep the time nearer 
than fifteen or twenty minutes in the twelve hours. The dials were of silver 
or brass, the cases had no crystals but opened at the back and front, and -were 
four or five inches in diameter. A plain watch cost the equivalent of f 1,600 
in our currency, and a.f ter one w^as ordered, it took a. year to make it. 




H. H. EILENBERGER, 

114 West Market Street Scranton, Pa., 



-DEALER TN- 



MEATS 

Game and Ponltry in Season. 

Goods delivered to all parts of the city 
free of charge. 



COLLINS & HACKETT, 



For FINE NECKWEAR, 

330 Liiickawanna Avenue. 



110 



SCRANTON AND VICINITY. 



BANK. 



The OLYPHANT TRUST eOMPANY is the 
only bank betxveen Scranton and Carloondale. 

Your Patronage Solicited. 

Interest paid on Sa\-ings Deposits. 

Remittances nnade to foreign countries. 
Prompt and Careful. 



GEORGE M. HULL 
E. S. PECK 



IDII1KCTOE.S- 

S. N. CALLENDER 
J. N. LILLIBRIDGE 
M. J. STONE 



J. W. O'BRIEN 

C. M. HATHAWAY 




Delaware Street, corner Sasquehaiina, 



HENRY J. BEADPRE, 

Garoenierand Builder 

Plans and Specifications 

draAwn. 

Estimates given on all classes 

of ■work. 

Jobbing promptly attended to. 

OLYPHAKT, Pj; 



OLYPHANT GAZETTE 



1.00 a Year. 



PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT OLYPHANT. LACKAWANNA CO., PA. 
Eight Pages. Fifty-Six Columns. 

W^. J. SCHUBIVIEHL. Kditor and Prop. 



Well-Eqiiipped Job Printing Esfablishra^nt. 

All Kinds of Printing on Short Notice. 

W. J. SCHUBMEHL is also an extensive and reliable dealer in Real Estate. Consult 
him if you wish to make safe investments. 

M. J. LAVIN, ~~ 

D?ai?LlL Meats Md Poultry. 

Orders called for and soods delivered. 

Lac kawanna Street, OLYPHANT, PA. 

J. f\. LENNON & GO., Aoems for. . . . 

Life, Accident, Liability and Steam Boiler. . . . 

Insursnoo. 

'■ *• F^'LouBlGNAc. 108 LackawaDDa Street, OLYPHANT, PA. 




steady, Persistent Work, hl7i^^ Scranton commercial issoiciation, 

MI.UUUJ, xviuiuvvm. nuiii., KatCS. 234 LACKAWANNA AVENUE. 



INTEREST TABLE AT SIX PER CENT. 



Ill 



INTEREST TABLE AT SIX PER CENT. 




TIME. 


|1 


$2 


..|3 


$4 


|5 


.$6 


$7 


|8 


$9 


$10 


$100 


$1000 


1 Day. 































2 


17 


2 " 








V 























3 


33 


?. " 




























1 


5 


50 


4 " 


























1 1 ' 


73 


5 " 
























1 


8 


83 


6 " 























1 


10 


1 0(t 


7 " 























1 


12 


1 IT 


8 " 










1 












1 


13 


1 33 


9 " 










1 












2 


15 


1 50 


10 " 










1 










2 


2 


17 


1 67 


11 " 










1 










2 


3 


18 


1 83 


13 " 










1 








2 


2 


2 


20 


2 00 


13 " 










1 






2 


2 


2 


2 22 


2 17 


14 " 










1 






2 


2 


2 


2 23 


2 33 


15 " . 





1 




1 




2 


2 


2 


2 


3 25 


2 50 


16 •' 





1 




1 




2 


2 


2 


2 


3 27 


2 67 


17 " 





1 




1 




2 


2 


2 


3 


3 28 


2 83 


18 " 





1 




1 


3 





2 


2 


3 


3 30 


3 00 


19 " 





1 




1 


2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


32 


3 17 


20 " 





1 




2 


2 


2 


3 


3 


3 


3 


33 


3 33 


1 Month. 


1 


1 





3 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


50 


5 00 


2 


1 


2 


4 





5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


1 00 


10 00 


3 


3 


3 


6 


6 


8 


9 


11 


12 


14 


15 


1 50 


15 00 


4 


2 


4 


1 


8 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


2 00 


20 00 


5 


3 


5 


s 


10 


13 


15 


18 


20 


23 


25 


2 50 


25 00 


6 


3 


6 


9 


12 


15 


18 


21 


24 


27 


30 


3 00 


30 00 


7 


4 


7 


11 


u 


18 


21 


25 


28 


32 


35 


3 50 


35 00 


8 


4 


8 


12 


n 


20 


24 


28 


32 


36 


40 


4 00 


40 00 


9 


5 


9 


14 


18 


23 


27 


32 


36 


41 


45 


4 50 


45 00 


10 


5 


10 


]5 


20 


25 


30 


35 


40 


45 


50 


5 00 


50 00 


11 


6 


11 


17 


22 


28 


33 


39 


44 


50 


55 5 50 


55 00 


1 Year. 


6 


12 


18 


24 


30 


36 


42 


48 


54 


60 6 


60 00 



Si:>IPLE INTEREST RULES. 

FOUR PER CENT.— Multiply the principaa by the number of days to run ; 
separate the right hand figure from the product and divide by 9. 

FIVE PER CENT.— Multiply by number of days and divide by 73. 

SEVEN AND THREE-TENTHS PER CENT —Multiply the number of days 
and double the amount so obtained. On $100 the interest is just two cents 
per day. 

EIGHT PER CENT.— Multiply by number of days and divide by 45. 

HERMAN W« YOUNG, 

DEALER rx 

White Satin Flour, all kinds Fancy Cheese, 

Live Roultry Dressed to Order. 
Pure Cider Vinegar. 

221 Penn Ave., opp. Baptist Church, SCRANTON, PA. 



Fine Hats and Furnishing Goods at pni I IMQ 4^ UAPl/CTT'C 
»%0 Lackawanna Ave. l/U LLI 11 O <^^ llMUIVL I I O 



112 



SCRANTON AND VICINITY BUSINESS DIBECTOBY. 



DIME 



DEPOSIT &, 

DISCOUN 



BANK 



WYOMING AVE., COR. SPRUCE ST., 
SCRANTON, PA. 




Look How Saving Makes a Man Rich! 

KEEP ON FOR FIVE YEARS ONLY PUTTING THE FOLLOWING 

AMOUNTS IN THE DIME BANK, EACH WORKING DAY, AND DRAW 

NOTHING OUT. HERE ARE THE RESULTS : 

One Cent a day, in five years will be S 17 21 

Ten Cents a day, in five years will be 172 14 

Fifty Cents a day, in five years will be 860 71 

One Dollar a day, in five years will be 1,721 41 

Six Dollars a day, in five years will be 10,328 46 

Ten Dollars a day, in five years will be 17,214 13 

Time Deposits draw Interest from date of deposit if left 3 months. 

Careful attention given to business accounts. 



Clothing for Men, Boys &. Children at COLLINS & HflCKElT 



33 O Lackawanna Avenne 



SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTOKY. 



113 



Scranion Gltu Business DlreGiory. 

189 3. 



Arranged Alphabetically by Business. In order to find the address of a 
business man, woman or firm, turn alphabetically to the heading of busi- 
ness which they are in. Should you not find them be sure and look in 
some other heading which they may come under before you come to the 
conclusion that their names are not in the book. 



Acme Cement Plaster. 

HUNT &. CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av., fsee inside front cover). 



Adamant Wall Plaster. 

(Wholesale..! 
HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Agricnltural Implements 



and Tools. 

[See also Hardware and Cutlery.J 
CARTER & CO., Capouse Works. E. 

Parker. 
Hull, J. L., 15 Lackawanna av. 
HUNT & CONNELL CO., 432 and 434 

Lackawanna av. (see inside front 

cover). 



Architects. 

Amsden, Fred J., 102 and 104 N. 

Washington av. 
BARTL, EDMUND A., 404 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see page 48). 
Brown, F. ii., 234 Lackawanna av. 
DAVIS &, HOUPT, (24, 25 and 26) 

Commonwealth Building (see top 

lines). 
Duckworth, John A. (44 and 45), 

Coal Exchange. 
LACEY, T. \. & SON (10, 11 and 12), 

Dime Bank Building (see top 

lines. 
Walter, E. L., (28) Librarv Bldg. 
WILLIAMS, I. L., 413 Spruce. 



Artificial Limbs and Appli- 
ances. 

Sanborn, J. P. (agent), 212 Spruce. 

Artists. 

CRAMER, A. L., 309 Lackawanna av. 
Dutheil. Eugene, 315 Lackawanna 

avenue 
HART & OTTINGER, 209 Wyoming 

avenue (See page 70). 
Santee, Franklin, 321 Lackawanna 

avenue. 
WILLIAMS, I. L., 413 Spruce. 

Artists' Materials. 

Haas, E. L., 317 Spruce. 

HART & OTTINGER, 209 Wyoming 

avenue (see page 70). 
MEYER FRED L, 311 Spruce. 
Piatt, C. B., 312 Lackawanna av. 
STEWART, E. G., 218 Wyoming av. 

Asbestos Materials. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see ioside front cover"! . 

Attorney s-at-Law. 

ACKERLEY, B. F., 201 Wyoming av. 

Albro, John P., 229 N. Washington 
avenue. 

Amerman, Lemuel. 12 Coal Ex- 
change. 

BAUMANN, ANTHONY, 321 Spruce. 

Bavlor, W. W., 406 Spruce. 

Beale, G. W., 227 N. Washington av. 

Bertholf, A. W., (9 and 10), Tribune 
Building, Spruce, cor. Penn. 



GO 
TO 



COLLINS atJ HACKETT For fi/ne hats 



3S0 liRckawanna Avenue. 



114 



SCBANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Beamish, Richard .J., Court House. 

Boyer, Samuel C, (60, 61 and 62) 
Commonwealth Building, 

BOYER, WILLIAM D., (60, 61 and 62) 
Commonwealth Building. 

Breek, Charles du Pont, 229]Sr. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

Breck, Dimmick & Reynolds, (Re- 
publican Bldg.) 229 iST. Washing- 
ton avenue. 

Briggs, Walter, (63, 64 and 65) Com- 
monwealth Building. 

Brown, David W., 508 Spruce. 

Browning, J. W., (29) Common- 
wealth Building. 

Burns, I. H., (15) Library Building. 

Burr, J. E., 123 N. Washington av. 

Bunnell, L. M., 433 Lackawanna av. 

Carpenter, J. W., 508 Spruce. 

Chase, A. A., (6) Post Office Bldg. 

Colborn, A. J. Jr., (Republican 
Buildidg) 229 N. Washington av. 

Collings, John B., 306 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Comegys, Cornelius, 321 Spruce. 

Connolly, D. W., (45, 46 and 47) 
Commonwealth Building. 

Corbett, John M., (4 and 5) Dime 
Bank Building. 

Corbett, Melvin T., D. L. & W. 
depot. 

Davis, David J., (8, 9 and 10) Coal 
Exchange. 

Davis, J. Alton, Commonwealth 
Building. 

Davidson, George B., 512 Spruce. 

Dawson, Charles W., 136 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Dean, Arthur D., 510 Spruce. 

Diehl, W. S., (39. 40 and 41) Com- 
monwealth Building. 

Dimmick, E. C, (Republican Build- 
ing) 229 N. Washington avenue. 

Donovan, C. C, 229 N.' Washington 
avenue. 

Duggan, T. J.. (14 and 16) Library 
Building. 

Edgar, S. W., 317 Spruce, 

Edwards, Henry M., Common- 
wealth Building. 

Fellows, E. D., Municipal Building. 

FITZSIMMONS. F. J., 329 Spruce. 

Fleitz, Fred W., (5) Coal Exchange. 

Fuller, Frederick, 415 Linden. 

Gardner, C. B., (14 and 16) Library 
Building. 

Gearhart, W. H., 305 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Hand, Alfred, (19 and 20), Common- 
wealth Building. 

Hand, Horace E., Commonwealth 
Building. 



Hand, Wilham J., (19 and 20) Com- 
monwealth Building. 

Hannah, H. M., 117 Penn avenue. 

HARRIS, JOHN M., (54, 55 and 56) 
Commonwealth Building. 

Hawley, Charles L., 211 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Hitchcock, F. L., 404 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Hoban, Thomas P., 136 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Holgate, R. H., 201 Wyoming av. 

House, Edward H., 321 Spruce. 

Hulslander & Vosburg, 134 IS^. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

Jessup, W. H.. Commonwealth 
Building. 

Jessup, W. H. Jr., Commonwealth 
Building. 

Jones, John R., (1 and 2) Coal Ex- 
change. 

Jones, W. Gibson, (Temple Court) 
311 Spruce. 

Killam, B. F., 122 Wyoming av. 

Kelly, John P., Court House. 

Lathrope, William W., 123 N. 
Washington avenue. 

Loomis, F. E., 510 Spruce. 

LOWRY, MILTON W., 227 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 

McAskie & Bradbury, (13) Com- 
monwealth Building. 

M'DONALD, M. E., (12 and 13) Coal 
Exchange; 

McGinley, M. A., 225 N. Washing- 
ton avenue, 

Mahon, James, 234 Lackawanna av. 

MANNING & MILLER, (Tribune Build- 
ing) Spruce, cor. Penn av. 

Merrifield, Edward, 304 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

MILES, EDWARD, 227 N. Washington 
avenue. 

Mulholland, H. W., 317 Spruce. 

Murphy, John F., 201 Wyoming av. 

Murray, Robert J., 427 Spruce. 

NeM^comb, E. C, (Tribune Build- 
ing) Spruce, cor. Penn avenue. 

Oakford, James W., (63, 64 and 65) 
Commonwealth Building. 

O'Brien, Joseph, 406 Spruce. 

Okell, Frrnk T., (5) Coal Exchange. 

Oliver, Charles E., (1 and 2) Coal 
Exchange. 

Osthaus, Herman. (54, 55 and 56) 
Commonwealth Building. 

Partridge, O. B., 419 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

PATRICK. H. N., 508 Spruce. 

PATTERSON &, WILCOX, (4, 6 and 8) 
Librarj'^ Building. 



ASK YOUR ARCHITECT TO SPECIFY 

.Manufrtrtur»<1 by lAt'.AGON PI.ASTEit & SVPFI^Y CO. 

515 Green Ridjfc Street. 



PflRflGOIH 



SCRANTON CITY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



115 



Peck, George L., 119 Lackawanna 

avenue. 
Pitcher, C. E,., (48 and 49) Common- 
wealth Building. 
Price, S. B., 119 Lackawanlia av. 
Ranck, J. M. C, 317 Spruce. 
REEDY, D. J., 408 Spruce. 
REPLOGLE, D. B., 408 Spruce 
REYNOLDS, H. B., (Republican Build- 
ing) 229 N. Washington avenue. 
Reynold, H. C. & Co., (12) Library 

Building. 
Ross, J. Elliott, 234 Lackawanna av, 
SANDO, M. F., (4 and 5^ Dime Bank 

Building. 
SANDERSON, GEORGE, 404 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 
Scragg, John F., 304 Lackawanna 

avenue. 
Shurtleff, E. H.. 122 Wyoming av. 
SMITH, C, 311 Spruce. 
Smith, Peter P., Court House. 
Soper, C. H., 117 Penn avenue. 
Stanton, W. H., 123 N. Washington 

avenue. 
Stark, Fred. R., 329 Spruce. 
Stokes, P. W.. 136 Wyoming av. 
Streeter, H. M., 506 Spruce. i 

Sutcliffe, John H., 317 Spruce. 
TAYLOR, GEORGE D., 225 N. Wash- 
ington avenue. 
Taylor, Herbert L., Commonwealth 

Building. 
THOMAS, W. GAYLORD, (Republican 
Building) 229 N. Washington av. 
Torrey, James H., 229 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 
Tracy, William J., 306 and 234 

Lackawanna avenue. 
Van Wormer, C. A., 51(> Spruce. 
Vaughan, J. (J., 419 Lackawanna av. 
Von Storch, C. H., 227 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 
Von Storch, T. ('., 227 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 
Ward & Horn, 429 Lackawanna av. 
Watres, L. A., 421 Lackawanna av. 
Watson, W. W., (39, 40 and 41) Com- 
monwealth Building. 
Watson & Zimmerman, 225 N. 

Washington avenue. 
Weitzel, P. R., (8) Commonwealth 

Building. 
Welles, Charles H., (8. 9 and 10) 

Coal Exchange. 
Wells, Thomas F., (48 and 49^1 Com- 
monwealth Building. 
WILLARD, WARREN & KNAPP, 229 N. 

Washington avenue. 
Wilson, M. J., 428 Lackawanna av. 
Winton, A. H., (5i Library Bldg. 



Woodruff, C. S., 229 N. ^Vashington 
avenue. 

Auctioneers. 

Gutman, R., Ill Lackawanna av. 
STRONG, A. E., 320 and 322 Penn av. 

Awnings, Tents, Etc. 

Fuhrman, S. J. & Bro., 326 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Axe and Edge-Tool Manu- 
facturers. 

CARTER &. CO., Capouse Works. E. 
Parker. 

Axle Manufacturers. 

Scranton Axle Works, Cedar av., 
near citj' line. 

Babbitt Metal. 

HUNT Sc CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka^ 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Baby Carriages. 

Coursen, Clemons & Co., Lim., 422 
Lackawanna avenue. 

WILLIAMS, J. D. & BRO., 314 Lacka- 
wanna avenue (see page 44). 

Bakers. 

Beck, Charles, 289 Stone avenue. 

Blume, Max, 228 N. Main avenue. 

Brier, Adam, 516 Pittston avenue. 

Canavan, Patrick, 311 Prospect av. 

Dale, William, 129 W. Market, 

Dolph, C. E., 1427 Capouse avenue. 

Dougher, Michael, 810 W. Market. 

Eshleman, Uleric Mrs., 1313 Wash- 
burn. 

Evans, Joseph J., 310 S. Main a v. 

P'lynu, W. T. ct S., 502 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Gelbert, E. E., 19 Lackawanna av, 

Heugler, Henry, 431 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Herbine, William. 124 W. Market. 

Hess, J. E., (the bakerv) 517 to 521 
Ash. 

HUNTINGTON'S HOME BAKERY, 227 
N. Washington avenue. 

Kelley, jNI. J., 1031 and 1033 Capouse 
avenue. 

Linder, John, 725 Pittston avenue. 

New Process Bread Co., 1412 Penn 



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Peck, Charles, 929 Stone avenue. 
Rohrwasser, S. (Mrs.), 341 Penn av. 
Sames, Henry, 1005 Cedar avenue. 
SCHEUER BROS,, 341 to 347 Brook 

(see page 20). 
Scheuer, .Tohn W. , 706 Cedar avenue. 
Sehroedel & Haberstroh, 404 Cedar 

avenue. 
Smith, Lewis B., 1437 Capouse av. 
Stange, Christian, 628 Pittston av. 
Stetter, Frank, 116 N. Main av. i 

StuU. Mary (Mrs.), 123 W. Market, i 
Tobin, William, 1512 Pittston av. 
TURNBULL, A. I., 823 Capouse av. 
Waldner, F. G., 620 W. Lacka- ] 

wanna av. and 238 Penn av. 
White, H. C, 325 Penn avenue. 
Zeidler, M. (Mrs.), 210 Franklin av. 

Bands. 

Bauer's Band and Orchestra, 117 
Wyoming av.(B. J. Bauer, leader). 

Germania Band (George Crump, 
leader), 502 Cedar avenue. 

Smith's Orchestra, 502 Cedar avenue 
(Gustave vSmith, leader). 

Banks. ^ 

[See also Savings Banks.] 

DIME DEPOSIT AND DISCOUNT BANK, 
Wyoming avenue, cor. Spruce. 
Charles du Pont Breek, pres.; R. 
G. Brooks, vice-pres. ; H. G. Dun- 
ham, cashier. See page 112. 

First Natioual Bank, 334 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. J. A. Linen, pres.; 
G. L. Dickson, vice-pres.; Isaac 
Post, cashier. 

Lackawanna Trust and Safe De- 
posit Co., 404 Lackawanna ave- 
nue. William T. Smith, pres.; 
Henry J. Anderson, vice-pres.; 
John W. Fowler, treas. 

Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank, 
420 E. Lackawanna av. James J. 
Williams, pres.; James Jordan, 
vice-pres.; J. T. Richards, cashier; 
C. W. Gunster, assistant cashier. 

Third National Bank of Scranton, 
118 Wyoming av. William Con- 
nell, pres.; George H. Catlin, vice- 
pres.; William H. Peck, cashier. 

Traders' National Bank, 234 E. 
Lackawanna av. Samuel Hines, 
pres.; W. W. Watson, vice-pres.; 
A. B. Williams, cashier. 

Bank and Oilice Railings. 

SANT'S IRON FENCE CO., 1602 to 1608 
Jackson. 



Banner and Flag Manufac- 
tnrers. 

Fuhrman, S. J. & Bro., 326 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Barbed Wire Fencing. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Barbers. 

ASTRINGER, JOHN, 703 Hampton. 

Bauschman, Louis, 429 Spruce. 

Beeker, L. H., 328 Penn avenue. 

Boyer, William H., 505 Cedar av. 

BRISTOL HOUSE BARBER SHOP, 
(John Stopford, prop.), N. Main 
avenue. 

Burns, L. W., 1508 N. Main avenue. 

Burns, William J., 1514 Pittston av. 

CARVOLTH, RICHARD, 827 Capouse 
avenue. 

Cobb, George P., 1307 Capouse av. 

Cooper, C. E., 601 E. Market. 

CURTIS, EDWARD, 612 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Daniels, R. E., 107 Wyoming av. 

Davis, Samuel, 102 N. Main av. ' 

Fahrenheit, J. T., .321 Penn avenue. 

Falkowsky, Charles, 327 Spruce. 

Farrell, J. J,, 313 Prospect avenue. 

Flaherty, John, 1331 Pittston av. 

Garber, Philip, 301 Lackawanna av. 

Gehling, F. J., 109 W. Market. 

Geier, J.. 215 Penn avenue. 

GIBBONS, D. F., 329 N. Main avenue. 

Gl NADER, F. C, 135 N. Main avenue. 

GROMEL. PETER P., 136 N. Main av. 

HARTMANN, JACOB J., 803 Cedar av. 

Heffern, M. J., 245 Penn avenue. 

Henry, Frederick, 222 W. Market. 

Hoffman, Julius, 827 Prospect av. 

HOWER, AUGUST, 1603 Jackson. 

James, John D., 338 S. Main av. 

Jones, E. R., 128 S. Main avenue. 

Kellerman, Fred, 314 Cedar avenue. 

Kurtz, George, 1545 Dickson a v. 

Luxemburger Bros., 203 jST. Wash- 
inglon avenue. 

LYON, 6E0R6E;W., 220 Spruce. 

McDonald, E. 'J., 135 Wyoming av. 

McHale, P. F.', 337 W. Market. 

Mahon, E. J., 313 Lackawenna av. 

Merryweather, Jackson, 250 Penn 
avenue. 

Miller, O. P., 1839 N. Main ave. 

Monaghan & Kane, 234 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 



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Moyer, Alfred, 1818 Jacksou. 

MURRAN, LUKE, 920 8. Washington 
avenue. 

Newman, Harry, 317 Spruce. 

Nolan, P. J., 328 W. Market. 

O'Brien, W. F., 400 Spruce. 

Pasek, Frank, 115 Penn avenue. 

POWERS, J. v., Scranton. 

PRICE, THOMAS E., 108 S. Main av. 

Reilly, J. F., 155 Chestnut. 

REINHARD CHARLES, 130 Penn ave- 
nue (see page 79). 

Richmond, M. F., 602 Dickson av. 

Rooney, Hugh, 902 W. Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Rosar, Peter, 716 W. Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Runey, M. F., 138 W. Market. 

RUSH, J. H., 504 Railroad avenue. 

SIMONSON, C. v., 134 River. 

Snyder, William, 1547 Dickeou av. 

Speicher, Joseph, 506 Spruce. 

SPEICHER, THOMAS, 206 and 208 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Seigler, John, 1372 N. Washington 
avenue. 

Thomas, J, G., 109 N. Main avenue, 

Timlin, Patrick, 1709 Keiser av. 

WAHL, GEORGE. 209 Lackawanna av. 

Walsh, O. T., 1008 S. Washington 
avenue. 

WEBER, L. A., Ill Wyoming avenue. 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS, 377 N, Hyde 
Park avenue. 

Wuench, George, 1032 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue, 

YEARING, ADAM A., 500 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Barbers' Supplies. 

Harris, C. M., 127 Penn avenue. 
Wahl, .Fohn & Co,, 512 Spruce. 

Baths. 

McBride, William, (Turkish and 
Russian) 506 Spruce. 

Monaghan & Kane, 234 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

O'Brien, W. F., 400 Spruce. 

REINHARD, CHARLES, 130 Peun av. 
(see page 79). 

SPEICHER, THOMAS, 206 and 208 
Lackawanna avenue. 

WAHL, GEORGE, 209 Lackawannaav. 

Bedding Manufacturers. 

SCRANTON BEDDING CO., THE, 602 

and 604 Lackawanna avenue (see 
front col. page vi,). 



Bed- Spring Manufacturers. 

SCRANTON BEDDING CO., THE, 602 
and 604 Lackawanna avenue Tsee 
front col. page vi.). 

Beef. 

[Wholesale.] 

Bennett, Ira & Co., 816 W, Lacl<a- 
wanna avenue. 

Dale & Co,, 415 N. Eighth. 

Miller, J. S., Mifflin avenue, cor. 
Gordon. 

Scranton Beef Co. (Bell, Francois & 
Co., managers), Wyoming ave- 
nue, cor. Vine. 

Beer Agents. 

SCHOFIELD, M, J, (Empire Brewery), 

1017 W, Market, 
Rarrick, F, G,, 1401 Sanderson av, 
WALSH, E, J,, (ales and porter), 32 

Lackawanna av, (see front cover). 
Weichel & Holtham, (lager) 234 

Penn avenue. 



Beer Pumps. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Belting. 

[Leather aud Rubber.] 

Fuller, G. W. S,, 402 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

KINGSBURY, HENRY A., 313 Spruce. 

LACKAWANNA HARDWARE CO., 221 
Lackawanna av. (see front col. p. 
xii. 

Bicycles and Tricycles. 

COLUMBIA BICYCLE AGENCY (Hand 
& Van Kleeck, props.). Arcade 
Building, 215 Wyoming avenue. 

(,'oursen, Clemons & Co. (Lim,), 422 
Lackawanna avenue. 

FLOREY &, HOLT. 408 Spruce (see 
page 14.) 

Parker, E. R., 321 Spruce. 

Schlager, George W., 107 N. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

WILLIAMS, J. D. & BRO., 314 Lacka- 
wanna avenue (see page 44). 



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Bicycle and Tricycle Re- 
pairers. 

COLUMBIA BICYCLE AGENCY (Hand 
& Van Kleeck. props,), Arcade 
Building, 215 Wj^oming avenue. 

FLOREY & HOLT, 408 Spruce [see 
page 14.] 

Parker, E. R., 321 Spruce. 

Schlager, George W., 107 N. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

Billiard and Pool Booms. 

BACKUS, GEORGE E., 225 N. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

Burke, E. J., E. Market, cor. San- 
derson avenue. 

Jones, J. D., .31 Lackawanna av. 

LACKAWANNA VALLEY HOUSE, 
Lackawanna av. cor. Franklin av. 

ROBB, W. J., 211 Lackawanna av. 

Van Kleeck, J. B., 221 Wyoming av. 

Bill Posters. 

REESE &, MURPHY, (P. O. Building) 

Penn av,, cor. Spruce (see page 26). 

SCRANTON BILL POSTING CO., 226 

Lackawanna av. (see page 36), 
VAIL, J. W., (see front cover). 

Black Diamond Steel. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Blacksmiths. 

[Hee also Horseshoer.s. | 

ALTEMOSE, E. F., 341 Adams ave- 
nue (see page 2). 

BARTRON, PHILIP, 724 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Bell, William, 1819 Wayne avenue. 

BLUME &, SON, Dix court. 

BRIGHT, WILLIAM, 1716 and 1718 N. 
Main avenue. 

Bush, Nicholas, 1145 Jjuzerne. 

CORCORAN, P. J., 402 W. Market. 

Davis, Samuel, 1720 N. Main av, 

DECKER, F. M., UU and 1116 Lafay- 
ette (see page 28). "j -^-^^ 

Dunn, G. W., 410 and 412 Linden. 

Ecler, William, 615 Prospect av. 

Edginton George, 604 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Edginton, William, 110 S. Hyde 
Park avenue. 



Gilhool's Carriage Works (J. H, Gil- 
hool, manager), 217 and 219 Ray- 
mond court. 

Gordon, P. F., 317 Green. 

Gould, A. R. & Son, 415 to 421 Lin- 
den. 

Green, A. B., 526 Green Ridge. 

Hamill & Larkin, 1011 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Helreigle, O. L., 347 Locust. 

Hefner, Fred, 121 River. 

Hildebrand, H. W., 412 N. Seventh. 

Jordan, Marwood, 312 and 314 Vine. 

KELLER, M. T., 315 Adams avenue 
(see page 77). 

Luer & Dorfman, 287 and 239 Ray- 
mond court. 

McCawley, J. F., 421 Spruce. 

MACK &, McLEAN, Capouse avenue, 
cor. Gibson (see page 24). 

Mackreth, George, 1015 Washburn. 

Matter, ; James, 820 W. Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Moflfatt, James W., Market, cor. 
Brick avenuce. 

SOMMERS, J. C, 1261 Providence road 
(see page 15). 

Yeager, Arthur B., 116 S. Bromley 
avenue. 

Blacksmiths' Supplies. 

[See als^. Hardware and Cutlery J 

Bittenbender & Co., 126 and 128 
Franklin avenue. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av, (see inside front cover). 

LACKAWANNA HARDWARE CO., 221 
Lackawanna av. (see front col. 
p. xii. 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

Lotz, Jacob, 316 Centre. 

Bluestone Dealers. 

CARLUCCI, FRANK &, BRO., 720 to 726 
Scranton (see page 24). 

Schroeder, Conrad, (36 and 38) Com- 
monwealth Building. 

TEETER, C. L., BLUE STONE CO,, (35) 
Republican bldg. (see back col.p.B). 

STIPP, PETER, 520 Spruce (see p. 32). 

WILLIAMS, EDWIN S., Ash, cor. Penn 
avenue (see page 17). 

Boarding- Houses. 

[Not a complete list.] 
Albee, Sarah E., 107 Spruce. 



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Back, Addie (Mrs.), 524 WyomiDg 
avenue. 

Barrett, P. (Mrs.), 218 Spruce. 

BIGELOW, H., 231 Chestnut. 

Brie], Caroline, 211 Franklin av. 

Carter, Margaret (Mrs.). 616 Spruce. 

CHASE, MARY (MRS.), 516 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Coleman, P. H., 22<l Franklin av. 

Cook, Abram (Mrs.), 517 Mulberry. 

Cook, Ellen E., Ill Penn avenue. 

Cowles, A. M., 144 Adains avenue. 

Crawn, Bartlett, 417 N. Seventh. 

Early, M. A., 210 Spruce. 

Fee, John, 138 Tenth. 

Finn, T. (Mrs.). 1345 Capouse av. 

Gayhart, William, 305 Breck court. 

GIFFORD, M. H„ 428 Lackawanna 
avenue (see front col. p. x.). 

Hanlon, .John (Mrs.), 215 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Hodge, M. J. (Mrs.), 322 Adams av. 

Johnston, Cora (Mrs.), 422 Mul; 
berry. 

Joyce, Miles, 324 Meridian. 

Kline, D. L. (Mrs.), 202 N. Ninth. 

Knapp, J. R. (Mrs.), 324 Adams av. 

Laycock, Mahley (Mrs.), 315 Mul- 
berry. 

Leas, Kate (Mrs.), 313 Linden. 

Lutz, O. S. (Mrs.), 500 Marion. 

MAY, F. M. (MRS.), 215 Franklin av. 

Medland, Fannie, 208 Spruce. 

MOODY, P. 0., 306 Franklin avenue 
(see page 60). 

Place, O. E. (Mrs.), 528 Marion. 

Shaum, Mary (Mrs.), 519 Mulberry. 

Steele, E. W. (Mrs.), 137 W. Market. 

Townsend, Peter, 116 Mulberry. 

Twining, Hannah (Mrs,), 212 N. 
Ninth. 

Warman, T. P., 222 Franklin av. 

Webster, N. (Mrs.), 814 Sunset av. 

Board of Trade. 

Scran ton Board of Trade, 421 I^acka- 
wauna avenue. Officers: W. A. 
May, pros.; Luther Keller, vice- 
pres.; A. W. Dickson, treas.; H. 
A. Kingsbury, sec; trustees, AVm. 
Council, W. H. Perkins, G. A. 
Fuller. 

Boiler Coinpouiid. 

HUNT &. CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Boiler Makers. 

Dickson Manufacturing Co., Penn 
avenue, cor. Vine. 



FINCH MANUFACTURING CO., W. 

Lackawanna av., N. Eighth and 
Swetland. 

Boiler Tubes. 

HUNT &. CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Bolo2:iia Sausaa:e. 

Xaumann, John, 814 Hampton 

Bone Bust. 

HEWETT, F. H. & SON, 1123 Diamond 
avenue (see page 72). 

HUNT &. CONNELL CO., 4.34 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Book Binders. 

Lotz, Jacob, 316 Centre. 

SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, (Repub- 
lican Building) 229 N. Washing- 
ton avenue (see page 64). 

TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., Penn av. 
cor. Spruce (see front col. p. ix.). 

Booksellers and Stationers. 

GREAT FOUR CENT STORE, (station- 
ery), (J. H. Lad wig, prop.) 31 u 
Lac •.awanna uv. (see page 48). 

Higgins, Jolin J. & Co., (books by 
subscription), 244 Adams '[avenue. 

McDERMOTT, J. F. 96 and 98 Wyom- 
ing avenue (^see page 26). 

MOODY, P. 0., (Frank Leslie's famous 
old war pictures), 306 Franklin 
avenue (see page 65). 

Norton, M., 322 Lackawanna av. 

O'Connor, P. J., 136 W. Market. 

Pratt, C. B., 312 Lackawanna av. 

PRICE, THOMAS E., 108 S. Main av. 

Price & Roe (stationers^ 207 N. 
Washington avenue. 

Reynolds Bros., 317 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

WALTER, M. R., 516 Spruce. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Bannister, Isaac, 329 Lackawanna 

avenue. 
BRIGHT, L. L., 106 W. Market. 
Christmas, Walter B., 119 W. 

Market. 
Clarke Bros., 318 to 322 N. Main av. 
Cohen, J. R., .326 Tjackawanna av. 



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Devine, John. 429 Prospect avenue. 

Edwards, Seth, 1623 Price. 

Evans, E. E., 123 8. Main avenue. 

Evans, Thomas G., 1201 Jackson. 

Factory 8b oe 8tore, 411 Lack ave. 

Fenner & Chappell, 1910 and 1912 
N. Main avenue. 

Fisch Bros., 521 and 523 Cedar av. 

Gallen, 8. L., 137 and 139 Penn av. 

Gidzinsky, Lena (Mrs.), 411 N. Main 
avenue. 

Gillespie, C. J., 110 and 112 W. 
Market. 

Goldsmith Bros., 304 Lack. ave. 

Goodman's 8hoe Store (N. G. Good- 
man, prop.), 432 Lackawanna av. 

Graf, Charles, 427 Pittston avenue. 

Humphrey, Emma E. (Miss) 136 
W. Market. 

Johns, E. T., 104 N. Main avenue. 

Jones, 8. R. & Co., 234 N. Main av. 

Keeley, R., 532 Lackawanna av. 

Lebowitz, R,, 408 8. Washington av. 

Leonard, D. j.,433 Lackawanna av. 

Levy, B,, 338 8. Washington av. 

Lewis, Reilly & Da vies, 114 Wyom- 
ing avenue. 

Lowrie, R. E., 107 W. Market. 

Mayo, N. C, 1501 and 1503 Swet- 
land. 

Mears, Joseph A., 113 8. Main av. 

Miller, 8olomon, 1305 Capouse av. 

Morgan, David W., 1507 Washburn. 

Morris Bros., 330 Lackawanna av. 

Morton, J. B., 215 8pruce. 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence 
square (see front col. p. vii.), 

NEALON, PHILIP, 534 River (seep. 38) 

Nettletou, A. C, 139 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 

Normile Bros., 508 Lackawanna av. 

REIDENBACH, J. J., 1012 Pittston av. 

Reynolds, M. E., 427 8pruce. 

Rosar, Joseph J. , 435 and 437 Birch. 

Schanks, C. W. & Co., 213 Wyoming 
avenue. 

SCHEUCH, CHARLES, 350 Birch. 

SMITH, W. E. & CO., 1004 8. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

SMITH, W. T., 222 and 224 N. Main 
aVenue. 

Star Shoe Store (E. Morris, prop.), 
504 Lackawanna avenue. 

Williams, J. M., 201 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

[Wholesale.] 
G«rnou, L. B. (Agent Edmunds & 
Mayo), 9 Arcade Building, 213 
Wyoming avenue. 



Boot and Shoe Makers and 
Repairers. 

Abplanalp, A.. E, Market. 

Anthony, David, 110 8. Fillmore. 

Baer, Frederick, 973 Cross. 

Bannister, Isaac. 329 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Bidtun, Angelo, 1366 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 

Bloch, David, 130 Franklin avenue. 

BRIGHT, L. L., 106 W. Market. 

Bromage, Thomas, 2515 N. Main av. 

Buckley, P. J., Prospect avenue, 
cor. Fig. 

Cecere, G., Linden, cor. Wyoming. 

Chlew, Frank, 140 W. Market. 

CLASS, GOTTLIEB, 413 Hickory. 

Davis, Daniel J., 201 N. Main av. 

DELKE, WILLIAM, Spruce, cor. Wyom- 
ing avenue. 

Donnelly, Thomas, 1908 Brick av. 

Dover, Henry, 818 Capouse avenue. 

Doyle, Andrew F., 1030 Jackson. 

Edwards, John H., Capouse avenue, 
cor. Larch. 

Edwards, Seth, 1623 Price. 

Evans, Thomas G., 1201 Jackson. 

Ferguson, Thomas, 224 Fifth av. 

Fitch Bros,, 521 and 523 Cedar ay. 

George, Salvidore, 931 Scranton. 

Greenberger, J. H., 307 First. 

Greener, Frank, 429 Penn avenue. 

Griffith, W. M., 325 N. Main av. 

Hack, George, 1322 Lafayette. 

Hark, Joseph, 805 Prospect avenue. 

JONES, J. L., 230 N. Main avenue. 

Jones, William, 224 W. Market. 

Jordan, Peter J., 102 Franklin av. 

Karry, Joseph, 805 Prospect av. 

Kesten, M., 705 Hampton. 

KOURIK, JOHN, 501 Lackawanna av. 

Lance, Robert D., 455 Decker's court. 

Lewton, William, 218 Linden. 

Lloyd, Thomas, 1821 Wayne av. 

McDonnell, Frank, 426 Third. 

Mcdonough, james j., i914 n. Main 

avenue. 

Male, Walter, 424 Spruce. 

Maloney, J. 8., 528 Green Ridge. 

MANYER, WILLIAM, 616 Willow. 

Margotta, Joseph, 122 Penn avenue. 

Mayer, August, 1024 8. Washington 
avenue. 

Miller, Solomon, 1305 Capouse av. 

Morgan, David W., 1507 Washburn. 

Morton, J. B., 215 Spruce. 

NEALON, PHILIP, 534 River (see page 
38). 

Numan, Sam. 422 Fifth avenue. 

Pasquale, George, 123 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 



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Pesanti, Domenico, Post Office Bldg. 
PETZOLD, JULIUS, 103 Fillmore av. 
PITTACK, HERMANN, 1050 Prescott 

avenue. 
Plottle, P., 435 Penn avenue. 
Powell, Aaron, 135 Wyoming av. 
Powell, Matthew, 854 Capouse av. 
REIDENBACH, J. J., 1012 Pittston av. 
Rodemann, Gustave, 505 Linden. 
RUEB, PETER, 708 N. Washington 

avenue. 
Salvatore, George. 724 Court. 
Saronimo, Rocco D., 1022 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 
SCHEUCH, CHARLES, 350 Birch. 
Schofield, Edward, 1027 W. Market. 
.Seilner, John, 1205 Cedar avenue. 
SHERET, ANDREW G., 125 N. Main 

avenue. 
Simmons, George C, 317 Adams av. 
SINGER, F. B., 1603^ Jackson. 
Singer, Wendel, 619 Cedar avenue. 
Snow, A. O., 531 Linden. 
Solomon, E., 139 S. Seventh. 
Souer, Henry, 1557 Dickson avenue. 
THALHOFER, CHARLES, 822 Stone av. 
Theobald, John B., 1021 Pittston av. 
THOIVIAS, JOHN R., 1038 Jackson. 
THOMAS, THOMAS, 613 S. Main av. 
Trester, John, 931 Cedar avenue. \ 
VINTEL ,JOHN, 1017A Scranton. i 

Waida, August, 336 Penn avenue. I 
WALSH, PATRICK R., 1865 Bloom av. ! 
Weinss, Peter, 614 W. Lackawanna j 

avenue. 1 

WEIRICH, ADAM, 1318 S. Washington 

aveuue. 
WEISS, N., 430 S. Washington av. 
Williams, John N., 374 Decker's 

court. 
Williams, John W., 330 S. Main av. 
Zank, Moses, 333 Penn avenue. 
Zor/e, G., 131 Penn avenue. 

Bottle Dealer. 

Porter, Samuel I., 821 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Bottle Manufacturers. 

Scranton Glass (!o., 301 to 329 Green 

Ridge. 
Scranton Jar and Stopper Co., Green 

Ridge and Meylert avenue. 

Bottle Stopper Manufactur- 
ers. 

Scranton Jar and Stopper Co. (The), 
Green Ridge and Meylert avenue. 



Bottlers. 

Leonard Bros. & Co., Lackawanna 

avenue, cor. Adams avenue. 
KREINBURG & PFAHLER, Cross, cor. 

Williams (see page 103). 
Morse's, Lewis Sons, 1216 to 1220 

Jackson. 
Phillips & Jones, 1150 Eynon. 
SCHRADER, A. W., 726 and 728 

Adams avenue. 
Spitzer. Joseph, Meadow avenue. 
Zang & Kapmeyer, 121 and 123 

Penn avenue. 



Bowling Alleys. 

Clark, Samuel, .305 Centre. 

Brass and Copper Tubing. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO.. 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Braid Manufacturer. 

Gregory Silk Mfg. Co., Depot, near 
Pond. 

Brass Founders. 

American Safety Lamp and Supply 
Co.. 1321 to 1325 Capouse avenue. 

FINCH MANUFACTURING CO., W. 
Lackawanna avenue, Eighth and 
Swetland. 

Brewers. 

CARBONDALE BREWERY (Peter 
Krantz, prop.), S. Church, near 
Ninth avenue (see page 35). 

Casey & Kelly Brewing Co., Rem- 
ington avenue, cor Locust. 

ROBINSON'S, E. SONS, 435 to 4-55 N. 
Seventh (see page 16). 

ROBINSON, MINA, Cedar avenue, cor. 
Alder. 

SCRANTON BREWING CO. (Hand & 
Croghan, props.), 1216, 1218 and 
1220 Cedar avenue (see page 51). 

Bric-a-Brac. 

KERR &, SIEBECKER, 406 and 408 
Lackawanna avenue (see front col. 
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Brick Dealers. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Scranton Fire Brick Co., (fire), 46 
and 47 Commonwealth Building. 

STIPP, PETER, 520 Spruce (see page 
32. 

Sweetser, Benjamin, Keiser Valley. 

Sweetser, Joseph, Keiser Valley sta- 
tion. 

Brick, Lime and Cement. 

[See also Lime, Cement and Plaster.] 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

KELLER, LUTHER, 813 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue (see front cover). 

Brick Manufacturers. 

Beers, C. L'., (Patent Stove Cement), 
52 Merrifield. 

Scranton Fire Brick Co., (fire), 46 
and 47 Commonwealth Building. 

STIPP. PETER, 520 Spruce (see page 
32). 

Sweetser, Benjamin, Keiser Valley. 

Sweetser, Joseph, Keiser Valley sta- 
tion. 

Bricklayers. 

[See Masons and Builders.] 

Bridge and Trestle Timber. 

COMMONWEALTH LUMBER CO., (22) 
Commonwealth Bldg. (see back 
cover). 

Brokers. 

Breck & Sears, 323 Centre. 

La Bar & Fuller, 121 Wyoming av. 

SMITH J. BORUCH & DIDIK CO., 

(Lim.), 410 S. Washington avenue 

(see page 96). 
Uunderwood, A. A., (merchandise), 

24 Lackawanna avenue. 
Watkins, H., ^stock), Eaub Bldg. 

Brush Makers. 

Dreher. J. H., 423 Penn avenue. 

Builders' Hardifare. 

[See .also Hardware and Cutlery.] 
Foote & Shear, 521 Lackawanna av. 



Gould, A. K. & Son., 415 to 421 Lin- 
den. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

LACKAWANNA HARDWARE CO., 221 
Lackawanna av. and 222 Centre 
(see front col. p. xii.) 

Leonard, Thomas F., 505 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

MONIES, G. B. & A. C, 1542 Dickson 
avenue (see page 8). 

Building Materials. 

[See also Lime, Cement and Plaster.] 

Hughes, R. J., 124 S. Main avenue. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

KELLER, LUTHER, 813 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue (see front cover). 

Leonard, Thomas F., 505 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

MONIES. G. B. &, A. C, 1542 Dickson 
avenue (see page 8). 

IMulherin & Judge, 1401 to 1441 
Remington avenue. 

PARAGON PLASTER AND SUPPLY CO., 
521 Green Ridge (see top lines). 

Price & Howarth, 1001 to 1025 N. 
Washington avenue. 

Building Stone. 

CARLUCCI, FRANK & BRO., 720 to 726 

Scranton (see page 24). 
MULDOON & BOWE, Penn avenue, 

cor. Poplar (see page 10). 
Schroeder, Conrad, (36 and 38) Com- 
monwealth Building. 
STIPP, PETER, 520 Spruce (see page 

32). 
SYKES, SAM, 1235 Penn avenue (see 

page 74). 
TEETER C, L, BLUE STONE CO., (35) 

Republican bldg. (see back col. 

page A). 
WILLIAMS, EDWIN S., Ash, cor. Penn 

avenue (see page 17). 

Building and Loan Associa- 
tions. 

Anthracite Building and Loan As- 
sociation, 625 Cedar avenue. 

Commonwealth Building and Loan 
Assoiation, 419 Lackawanna av. 

Electric Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation, 1531 Luzerne. 

Equitable Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation, 219 Lackawanna avenue. 



PARAGON PLASTER & SUPPLY CO. 



LIME, CEMENT AND ALL BUILDING 
MATERIALS, 
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FIDELITY^BUILDING, LOAN AND IN- 
VESTMENT ASSOCIATION of Wash- 
ington. Walter Harrison, supt., 
213 Wyoming avenue. 

German Building Association, 219 
Lackawanna avenue. 

German Building Association, No. 
6, 219 Lackawanna avenue. 

Germania Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation, 625 Cedar avenue. 

Granite State Provident Associa- 
tion, 321 Spruce. 

Harmony Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation, No. 2, (9) Library Bldg. 

Home Building and Loan Associa- 
tion, 219 Lackawanna avenue. 

Industrial Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation, 625 Cedar avenue. 

Lackawanna Building and Loan 
Association, 429 Lackawanna av. 

Meadow Brook Building and Loan 
Association, 810 Prospect avenue. 

New York Mutual Savings and 
Loan Association, (8) Dime Bank 
Building. 

NEW YORK SAVINGS AND LOAN AS- 
SOCIATION, (A. B. Eynon, treas.), 
109 N. Main avenue. 

Schiller Building and Loan Associa- 
tion, 429 Lackawanna avenue. 

Suburban Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation, 1541 Dickson avenue. 

Traders' Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation, 126 N. Main avenue. 

West Side Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation, Clarke's Hall. 

Burden's Horse and Mule 
Shoes. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Burglar and Fire Alarms. 

HUNT &. CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Business Colleges. 

[See also Schools, Private.] 

Dougherty's Hyde Park Business 
School, 107 N. Main avenue. 

WOOD'S COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND 
SHORTHAND, (F. E. Wood, prop.), 
Penn av., cor. Lackawanna av. (see 
inside back cover). 

Butchers. 

[See Meat Markets.] 



Butter, Cheese and Eggs. 

ACKERMAN BROS., (wholesale), 4 
ChfF. 

Babcock, G. J. & Co., (wholesale), 
116 Franklin avenue. 

Conrad, William, 330 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 

Conrad, William, Larch, cor. San- 
derson avenue. 

Crest Farm Dairy, (butter and eggs), 
335 Adams avenue. 

Decker, E. S. & Co., 224 Spruce. 

FARMERS' DAIRY CO., (Lim.), 1113 
Jackson and 324 Linden. 

Gilmore & Duffy, (wholesale), 38 to 
42 Lackawanna avenue. 

Hawks, John, 1248 Providence road. 

Jones & Spruks Co., (wholesale), 23 
Lackawanna avenue. 

MONTGOMERY, H. & CO., 726 W. 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Porter, John T., 26 and 28 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Ruddy, James E. & Co., 4 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Ruddy, M. M., 6 Lackawanna av. 

St. Amand, F., W. Lackawanna 
avenue, cor. Sixth. 

SCHIMPFF, EMIL, 706 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Schrieber, Joseph, 531 Piitston av. 

Stecher, I. E., 316 N. Washington 
avenue. 

Teal, E. E., 24 Lackawanna avenue. 

WATTS. T. H. & CO. (LIM.), (whole- 
sale), 723 and 725 W. Lackawanna 
av. (see front col. p. xi.) 

Button Manufacturers. 

Kneppel, Stephen, 333 Locust. 
SCRANTON BUTTON CO., (THE) (LIM.). 

Brook, cor. Cedar avenue. 

Cabinet Makers. 

BENTON, J. L., 331 Adams (see back 

cover). 
HAZLETT, C. H., 226 Spruce (see front 

col. p. xi. 
KINBACK, J. F.,613A Gibson (seepage 

60. 
KNAUSS, FRANK T., 516 Penn av. 
SMITH, A. C, Dix court. 
TUTTLE, J. C, 219 Centre (see p. 50). 

Camera Manufacturers and 
Dealers. 

SCRANTON PHOTO SUPPLY CO. (deal- 
ers), 138 Wyoming av. (see p. 60). 



COLLINS & HACKETT, # For fJne neckwear 



330 Xiackawanna Avenue. 



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Tisdell Camera and Manufacturing 
Co., 406 Spruce. 

Canine and Fancy Stock 
Breeders. 

HASLAM STOCK YARDS, 118 Cliflf 
(see front col. p. viii.). 

Carpenters' Tools. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Carpenters and Builders. 

As well, John, 301 Tenth, cor. Ox- 
ford court. 

Baker, W. E., Theodore, cor Sum- 
mit avenue. 

BARBER, I. T., 1206 Thompson (see 
page 72). 

BENORE, JOHN & SON, 710 to 716 
Scranton. 

BOLAND, C. T., 1121 Pittston avenue. 

Boland & Evans, 508 Oak. 

Srooks, F. A., 1367 Capouse avenue. 

Calpin, P. F., 551 Fourth. 

Camin, Christian, 921 N. Irving av. 

Capwell, E. D. & Bros., 226 N. Fill- 
more avenue. 

CLANCY, P. D,, 1805 Ross avenue (see 
page 44). 

COLLINS, JAMES, 216 Mifflin avenue 
(see page 43). 

COOPER, GEORGE, 154 S. Hyde Park 
avenue. 

Crawford, Edward, 117 Grove. 

Crawford & Huff, 209 Raymond 
court. 

DAVIS, BERTON E., Nay Augav., cor. 
Green Ridge (see page 13). 

DEAN, R. C, 1018 Wood (see page 72). 

DUNN, B. F., 1702 Wyoming avenue 
(see page 66). 

Elias, David P., 125 S. Lincoln av. 

EVERETT, WILLIAM G. H., 726 Hamp- 
ton. 

Pinn, Ezi-a «fe Sons, 524 Olive. 

FORESMAN, ROBERT, 814 Myrtle ave- 
nue (see page 10). 

GETZ, CHARLES, 811 Prospect av. 

Giblin, John W., 122 Chestnut. 

GIBBONS &, NOLAN, 504 Oak and 
1435 Summit a v. (see page 85). 

Green Ridge Lumber Co., 515 to 521 
Green Ridge. 

Greenfield, John, 815 Pittston av. 

Hardwick, Henry, 336 New York. 

Hughes, Edwin G., 232 S. Main av. 

Hurlburt, H. R., 115 Putnam. 



Jeffers, John D.,1207 W. Court. 

KOHL, JOHN D., (P. O. Box 454), (see 
jpage 36). 

LEWIS, B. S., Marian, cor. Adams 
avenue. 

McCRAY, ROBERT J., 2102 Pittston av. 

May, Patrick F., 549 Fourth. 

MOELLER, FRANK, 1403 Prospect av. 
(see page 63). 

MOVER, FRANK M., 320 N. Washing- 
ton avenue (see page 9). 

Mulherin & Judge, 1401 to 1441 
Remington avenue. 

O'Malley, William T., 439 W. 
Market. 

Paff, Josiah, 331 N. Lincoln av. 

Peck Lumber Manufacturing Co., 
101 to 111 E. Market. 

RENTSCHLER, CHARLES, 923 Birch. 

ROWE, WILLIAM E., 901 Price. 

SMITH, WILLIAM N., 1280 Academy. 

SPRUKS BROS., 519 Alder. 

STANSBURY, GEORGE W„ 1228 Provi- 
dence road. 

Thonaas, David, 325 Sring. 

Thomas, Richard E., 301 Four- 
teenth. 

TUTTLE, J. C, 219 Centre (see page 
50). 

VAN VALIN, C. L., 125 Linden (see 
page 24). 

Waterman, N. L., 1012 Jones. 

WILLIAMS, A. D.. 443 Taylor avenue. 

WILLIAMS. H. M., 131 S. Seventh. 

Williams, John H., 1214 Eynon. 

WILLIAMS, MORRIS, 326 Twelfth. 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS D., 1520 Wash- 
burn. 

WILLIAMS, W. R., 314 S. Main av. 

Woolsey, J. B., 312 and 314 Forest 
court. 

Worden, M. E., office, 408 Spruce. 

Car Service Association. 

NORTHEASTERN CAR SERVICE AS- 
SOCIATION, (A. G. Thomason, 
man.), Commonwealth Building. 

Car Wheel Manufacturers. 

Boies Steel Wheel Co., (2 and 3) 
Commonwealth Building. 

Carpet Cleaners. 

HAZLETT, C. H., 226 Spruce (see front 
col. p. xi. 



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Carpet Layers. 

HAZLETT, C. H., 226 Spruce (see trout 
col. p. xi. 

Carpet Weavers. 

BALTES, JACOB, 1126 Luzerue. 

DALY, ANTHONY, 123 Graut avenue. 

Groover, Mary (Mrs.), 1215 Acad- 
emy. 

Grover, John, 924 W. Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Harris, Lewis, 1808 Brick avenue. 

Hemmler, John, o38 Hampton. 

Kelley, Edward H., 314 Phelps. 

Kennedy, William, 506 Bromley av. 

Lewis, David R., 421 S. Main av. 

Mehne, J., 319 Gibson. 

Mikus, Joseph, 818 Cedar avenue. 

Sattler, J. L., 1022 Ridge. 

Walters, J., 527 Wyoming avenue. 

Carpets and Oil-cloths. 

BRADLEY'S FURNITURE HOUSE, (H. 

Bradley, prop.), 203 Penn avenue, 

Goldsmith's Bazaar, (carpets), 412 
and 414 Lackawanna avenue. 

luglis, J. Scott, 417 and 419 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

KERR & SIEBECKER, 406 and 408 
Lackawanna av. (see front col. 
p. vi. 

Leonard, Philip J., 126 S. Main av. 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence 
square (see front col. p. vii). 

WILLIAMS &. NcANULTY, 127 Wyom- 
ing av. (see page 58). 

Carriage Hardware Dealers. 

[See also Hardware and Cutlery.) 

Bitteubender & Co., 12H and 128 

Franklin avenue. 
SCRANTON FORGING CO., Green 

Ridge. 

Carriage Painters. 

ALTEMOSE, E. F., 341 Adams avenue 
(see page 2). 

Bartron, Philip, 724 VV. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

BLUME &, SON, Dix court. 

BRIGHT, WILLIAM, 1716 and 1718 N. 
Main avenue. 

Gilhool's CJarriage Works, (J. H. 
Gilhool, manager). 217 and 219 
Raymond court. 



Gould, A. R. & Son, 415 to 421 Lin- 
den. 

Gordon, P. F., 317 Green. 

Green, A. B., 526 Green Ridge. 

Ha iiill & Larkin, 1011 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Jordan, Marwood, 312 and 314 Vine. 

KELLER, M. T., 315 Adams avenue 
(see page 77). 

MACK &, McLEAN, Capouse avenue, 
cor. Gibson (see page 24). 

Carriage Wood Work. 

ALTEMOSE, E. F., 341 Adams avenue 
(see page 2). 

BLUME, WILLIAM &, SON, Dix court. 

Gould, A. R. & Son, 415 to 421 Lin- 
den. 

Green, A. B., 526 Green Ridge. 

Jordan, Marwood, 312 and 314 Vine. 

KELLER, M. T., 315 Adams avenue 
(see page 77). 

MACK &, McLEAN, Capouse avenue, 
cor. Gibson (see page 24). 

Carriage and Wagon Build- 
ers and Repairers. 

ALTEMOSE, E. F., 341 Adams avenue 

(see page 2). 
BARTRON, PHILIP, 724 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 
BLUME, WILLIAM &, SON, Dix court. 
BRIGHT, WILLIAM, 1716 and 1718 N. 

Main avenue. 
Bush, Nicholas, 1145 Luzerue. 
DECKER, F. M., 1114 to 1116 Lafayette 

(see page 28). 
Gilhool's Carriage Works, (J. H. 
Gilhool, manager), 217 and 219 
Raymond court. 
1 Gordon, P. F., 317 Green. 
Gould, A. R. & Son, 415 to 421 Lin- 
den. 
Green, A. B., 526 Green Ridge. 
Hamill & Larkin, 1011 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 
1 Hefner, Fred, (repairer), 121 River. 
Helreigle, O. L., 347 Locust. 
Jordan, Marwood, 312 and 314 Vine, 
j KELLER, M. T., 315 Adams avenue 
j (see page 77). 

I Luers & Dorfman, 237 and 239 Ray- 
mond court. 
McCawley, J. F., 421 Spruce. 
MACK &, McLEAN, Capouse avenue, 
cor. Gibson (see page 24). 
, SOMMERS, J. C, 1261 Providence road 
I [see page 15). 



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COLLINS a^ HACKETT For fi/ne hats 



220 LiackaTV anna Avenue. 



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Stackhouse, John, 450 Wright court. 
Yeager, Arthur B., 116 S. Bromley 
avenue. 

Carriage and Wagon Dealers. 

ALTEMOSE, E. F., 341 Adams av. (see 
page 2). 

BLUME, WILLIAM & SON, Dix. 

BRIGHT, WILLIAM, 1716 and 1718 N. 
Main avenue. 

Brown, Monroe. 1327 Providence 
road. 

Gordon, P. F., 317 Green. 

Gould, A. R. & Son, 415 to 421 Lin- 
den. 

Jones & Shelly, 511 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

KELLER, M. T,, 315 Adams avenue 
(see page 77). 

Simrell, J, A., 526 Spruce. 



Carriage Trimmers. 

ALTEMOSE, E. F., 341 Adams avenue 
(see page 2). 

BLUME, WILLIAM & SON, Dix. 

Gould, A. R. & Son, 415 to 421 Lin- 
den. 

KELLER, M, T., 315 Adams avenue 
(see page 77). 

MACK & McLEAN, Capouse avenue, 
cor. Gibson (see page 24). 



Cash Registers. 

NATIONAL CASH REGISTER CO., (D. 

H. De Vol, sales agent), 136 Penn 
avenue. 
UNION CASH REGISTER, (H. A. 

Kingsbury, agent), 313 Spruce. 

Catholic Goods. 

Carroll & Co., 425 Linden. 

Cement. 

[See also Lime, Plaster and Cement.] 

HUNT;& CONNELL'CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Cement Pipe. 

[See also Drain and Sewer Pipe.] 

KELLER, LUTHER, 813 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue (see front cover). 



Chisholm's Scoops and 
ShoTels. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Cigar Manufacturers. 

Armengol, Francisco, 314 N. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

Becker Bros., 403 S. Main avenue. 

Blatter & Co., 507 Lackawanna av. 

Burschel, John, 501 S. Main avenue. 

Clark, J. D., 135 Penn avenue. 

Deckeluick, C. C, 1038 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Evans, William, 338 Rebecca av. 

FRIEDMAN, LOUIS, 407 Emmett. 

Garnell, E. B., 1336 N. Main av. 

Garney, Brown & Co., 537 Linden. 

Hartman, Philip, 714 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

KINGSLEY & MILLER, 130 N. Main av. 

KOCH, WILLIAM, JR., 630 Cedar av. 

Miller & Spor, 816 Hampton. 

Schneider, John, 901 Pittston av. 

Shoop, W. P., 501 Lackawanna av. 

SHORT &, FLYNN, 207 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Starkmann, S., 402 Cedar avenue. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

[Retail]. 

Armengol, Francisco, 314 and 770 
Washington avenue. 

BEEMER, W. A. & SON, 101 Franklin 
avenue. (See p 80.) 

Sertoli Bros., 343 Penn avenue. 

BURGESS, J. H., 812 Cedar avenue. 

CAN FIELD, P. L, 417 N. Irving av. 
(see page 4). 

Clark, J. D., 135 Pend avenue. 

Deckelnick, C. C, 1038 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Evans, William, 338 N. Rebecca av. 

Falkowsky, Charles, 327 Spruce. 

Garney, Brown & Co., 537 Linden. 

Garneil, E. B., 1336 N. Main av. 

GILGALLON, P. H., 312 and 314 Spruce 
(see page 68). 

Hall, C. E., 1013 Lackawanna av. 

Hartman, Philip, 714 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Johns, Caroline, (Mrs,), 1002 Jack- 
son, 

KINGSLEY & MILLER, 138 N. Main 
avenue. 

KOCH, WILLIAM JR., 630 Cedar av. 

MANN, P. L., Spruce, cor. N. Wash- 
ington avenue. 



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Miller, O. P., 1839 N. Main avenue. 

MOSES, E., 203 Wyoming av. and 
306 Lackawanna av 

MuUaney, P. J., 810 N. Main av. 

Nieece, Edward, 1602 Dickson av. 

RafFerty, Terrence, 437 Phelps. 

Severino, Antonio, 127 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 

Shoop, W. P., 501 Lackawanna av. 

SHORT & FLYNN, 207 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

SMITH, F. M., 615 Green Ridge. 

Smith. H. B., 132 Penn avenue. 

Stockwell & Chalmers, 102 N. Main 
avenue. 

Stone, V. B-, 1014 Cross. 

Trumbower, F. V., 101 S Seventh. 

Varnie, Frank, 108 W. Market. 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

[Wholesale.] 

Blatter & Co., 507 Lackawanna av. 
Clark, J. D., 135 Penn avenue. 
Deckelnick,' C. C, (cigars), 1038 W. 

Lackawanna avenue. 
Garnell, E. B., 1336 N. Main av. 
Hartman, Philip, (cigars), 714 W. 

Lackawanna avenue. 
MOSES, E., 203 Wyoming avenue 

and 306 Lackawanna avenua. 
RICE, LEVY &, CO., 30 Lackawanna 

avenue (see page 50). 
Scranton Cash Store, (cigars), 134 N. 

N. Washington avenue. 
SHORT & FLYNN, (cigars), 207 

Lackawanna avenue. 
Stoll, O. P. & Co., 210 Wyoming av. 

Civil and Mining Engineers. 

BARTL, EDMOND A., 404 Lacka- 
wanna avenue (see page 48). 

Bennett, A. G., Library Building. 

Blewitt, Edward F., (Tribune Build- 
ing) Penn avenue, cor. Spruce. 

Griffith, William, (26) Coal Ex- 
change. 

Jeuks, E. L., Libray Building. 

MILNES, GEORGE W., 408 Spruce (see 
front cover). 

RITTENHOUSE, J. H., (14, 15 and 16) 
Commonwealth Building (see 
front col. page xi.). 

THOMPSON, C. W. JR., (20) Library 
Building. 

Claim and (J o 1 1 e c t i u g 
Agencies. 

SCRANTON COMMERCIAL ASSOCIA- 
TION, 234 Lackawanna avenue (see 
top line). 



TINKHAM, B. F., 227 N. Washington 
avenue. 

Clairvoyants. 

Griffin, A. (Mrs.), Diamond avenue. 
Sanborn, F. W., 212 Spruce. 

Cloaks. 

[See also Dry Goods.] 

BOLZ, JACOB, 138 Wyoming avenue 

(see page 22). 

CONNOLLY &, WALLACE, 209 N. 
Washington avenue. 

Crane, Frank L., 324 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Goldsmith's Bazaar, 412 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Gorman, E., 124 and 126 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Gross, Foster & Co., 316 and 318 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Owens, G. W., 508 Spruce. 

Walter Dry Goods Co., 128 Wyom- 
ing avenue. 

Welcker, W. W., 308 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Clothing Dealers. 

Bell Clothing House (Wm. Shoefer, 
prop.), 230 Lackawanna avenue. 

Bernstein, Jonas, 303 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

COLLINS & HACKETT, 220 Lacka- 
wanna avenue (see top lines). 

Cornell & Son, 137 W. Market. 

Davies & Griffin, 228 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Driesen, H., 222 Lackawanna av. 

Gallen, S. L., 137 and 139 Penn av. 

Gidzinsky, Lena (Mrs.), 411 N. Main 
avenue. 

Globe Clothing House (B. Spiegel, 
prop.), 205 Penn avenue. 

Goodman, Henry, 516 Lackawanna 
avenne. 

HORAN &, MERRILL, 416 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

HOWE, IRVING H. & CO., 400 and 402 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Josephson, M., 407 Penn avenue. 

Kramer Bros., 325 Lackawanna av. 

LAUER &. MARKS, 321 and 323 Lacka- 
wanna avenue (see page 58). 

Lehman, B., 121 Penn avenue. 

Levi, C, 411 Penn avenue. 

LOWRIE, R. E., 107 W. Market (see 
page 5). 

Martin «fc Delany, Coal Exchange, 
Wyoming avenue. 



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MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence Sq. 

(see front col. page vii.). 
Posner, A., 21 Lackawanna avenue. 
Posner, B. (Mrs.), 330 Penn avenue. 
Samter Bros., Lackawanna avenue 

corner Penn avenue. 
Wartowsky & Muscat, 339 Penn av. 

Coal Mines. 

Bellevue, Meridian, Lackawanna 
Township, 

Briggs, near Sherman av., Twenty- 
first ward. 

Central, Ninteenth. 

Columbus Colliery Co., 1150 N. 
Washington avenue. 

Connell Coal Co., The, 118 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Connell, William & Co., 118 Wyom- 
ing avenue. 

Dickson, Meylert av., cor. Breaker. 

Dodge, foot of Dodge, Bellevue. 

Greenwood Coal Co. (Lim.), 400 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Hampton, City line and Twenty- 
second. 

Hyde Park, Twenty-second and 
Luzerne. 

Langcliffe Coal Co. (Lim.), 400 
Lackawanna av. and 28 Cliff. 

Manville, Dickson av., near Glen. 

Marvine, N. Main av., near Marvine 
avenue. 

Meadow Brook, office,; 1914 Cedar 
avenue. 

Mount Pleasant Colliery (W. T. 
Smith, operator), foot of N. Ninth. 

National, office, 1914 Cedar avenue. 

Oxford, Tenth, near Scranton. 

Von Storch, Nay-Aug avenue. 

West Ridge Coal Co., (14, 15 and 16) 
Commonwealth Building. 

Coal Mine Supplies. 

Am. Safety Lamp and Mine Supply, 

1321 to 1335 Capouse avenue. 
Green Ridge Slate Picker Works 

Works (Preston Robinson, man.), 

509 to 513 Green Ridge. 
KINGSBURY, H. A., 313 Spruce. 
Leonard, B. E., 514 Lackawanna av. 
Scranton Brass Works (James v,. 

Everhart, prop.), 28 Cliff. 
Scranton Supply and Machinery 

Co., The, 131 Wyoming avenue. 

Coal Screen Manufacturers. 

Green Ridge Slate Picker Works, 

513 Green Ridge. 
Ross, W. W., 448 N. Eighth. 



Coal and Wood Dealers. 

Columbus Colliery Co., The, (coal 
wholesale), 1150 N. Washington 
avenue. 

Connell, Wm. & Co., (coal whole- 
sale), 118 Wyoming avenue. 

CONSUMERS' ICE CO., 906 and 908 N. 
Washington av. (see front cover). 

Hill Side Coal and Iron Co., (coal 
wholesale), 229 N. Washington av. 

Jermyn, John & Son, 119 Wyoming 
avenue. 

JOHNSON, JOHN E., (coal), 1236 Provi- 
dence road (see page 21). 

Mock, J. W., 916 Birch. 

Mountain Lake Land and Coal Co., 
(coal), Blucher av. cor. Birch. 

New York, Susquehanna and West- 
ern Coal Co., ^coal), 229 N. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

Pierce Coal Co. (Lim.), (coal), (17) 
Commonwealth Building. 

Pocono Ice Co., (coal), 400 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Providence Coal Co. (Lim.), (coal). 
Tribune Building, Spruce corner 
Penn avenue. 

Raymond Coal Co., (coal), (17) Com- 
monwealth Building. 

Riverside Coal Co., The, (^coal), (17) 
Commonwealth Building. 

Simpson & Watkins, (coal whole- 
sale), 229 N. Washington av. 

Spruks & Gibbons, 1116 to 1124 Elm. 

Tripp & Co., (coal), Providence read 
near Diamond. 

West Ridge Coal Co., The, (coal), 
(14) Commonwealth Building. 

Collection Agencies. 

SCRANTON COMMERCIAL ASSOCIA- 
TION, 234 Lackawanna avenue (see 
top lines). 

TINKHAM, B. F., (9) 227 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 

Commission Brokers. 

[See also Brokers.] 

Dunp & Burr, 134 N. Washiugton 
avenue. 

Commission Merchants. 

ACKERMAN BROS., 4 Cliff. 
Ashley, N. B., 10 Lackawanna av. 
Butts, C. M., 15 Lackawanna av. 
Dale & Co., 415 N. Eighth. 
Gallagher, W. A., 19 Lackawanna 
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Hull, H. W., 15 Lackawanna av. 

Jones & Spruks Co., The, 23 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Lindley, L. & Co., 17 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Pierson, A. D., 25 Lackawanna av. 

Scranton Beef Co. (Bell, Francois & 
Co., mgrs.), Wyoming avenue 
corner Pine. 

Scranton Cash Store, 134 and 136 N. 
Washington avenue. 

Staples, H. E., 11 Lackawanna av. 

STRONG, A. E., 320 and .322 Penn av. i 

i 

Confectionery Manufacturers 

Cannon, H. H., 222 Wyoming av. 

Jordan Bros., 339 W. Market. 

Kelley, M. J., 1031 and 1033 Capouse 
avenue. 

WILLIAMS, J. D. & BRO., 314 Lacka- 
wanna avenue and 112 S. Main 
avenue (see page 44). 

Confectionery and Fruit. 

Appleby, George, 615 Green Ridge. 

Bertoli Bros., 343 Penn avenue. 

Bertoli, Vincent, Lackawanna ave- 
nue corner Washington avenue. 

Brier, Adam, 516 Pittston avenue. 

Broad Fruit Co., 124 Penn avenue. 

Brock, Horace,*1915 N. Main av. 

BURGESS, J. H., 812 Cedar avenue. 

Canavan, Patrick, 311 Prospect av. 

Cannon, H. H., 222 Wyoming av. 

Carroll, Katie (Miss), .322 Railroad 
avenue. 

Coyle, James, 716 River. 

Creco, Carmen, Linden and Wyom- 
ing avenue. 

Dale, Wm., 129 W. Market. 

DAVIS, ROGER, 508 S. Main avenue. 

Evans, B. I., (confectionery), 107 S. 
Main avenue. 

Farmer's Milk Co., 226 W. Market. 

Fasel, Aunie (Mrs.), 531 Fifth av. 

Fahrenholt, John, 321 Penn av. 

Ferretti, Peter, 302 Lackawanna av. 

Flogiello, Antoui, 502 Cedar av. 

Franchi, G., 110 IN. Main avenue. 

Frank, A., 301 Penn avenue. 

Freehen, Henry, 1919 Jackson. 

Gardella, L., 401 Penn avenue. 

Garder, Tony, 828 W. Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Gelbert, E. E., 19 Lackawanna av. 

Graman, Wm., 848 Capouse avenue. 

Gross, Frank, 534 Lackawanna av. 

Herbine, Wm. I., 124 West Market. 

Hurlow, Richard, 366 Bromley av. 



James, David L., 1815 Jackson. 

Jones, David, (confectionery), 132 
N. Main avenue. 

Jones, D. I., 1114 Jackson. 

Jones, W. D., .306 S. Main avenue. 

Kirst, Catherine, 1020 S. Washing- 
ton avenue. 

Kohn, Bernard, 428 S. Wash'n ave. 

Kosta, John, (fruit), Lackawanna 
avenue corner Wyoming avenue. 

LELLO, ANTONIA D., 602 Cedar av. 

LEWIS, FRANK, Railroad avenue cor- 
ner Bridge. 

LOUIS, LUCETTA, 905 Hampton. 

Lupo, Vito, N. Main avenue corner 
\V. Lackawanna avenue. 

McAndrew, Mary (Mrs.), 13 Carbon. 

Madigan, J. (Mrs.), 1001 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

MILLS, B. P. (MRS.), 1601 Jackson. 

MuUaney, P. J., 310 N. Main av. 

Nash, l! E., 714 W. Lackawanna av. 

O'Malley, James, 114 Filmore. 

Pedro, Antonio, 107 Penn avenue. 

Pesando, D., 320 Spruce. 

Phillips, William, 1524 Jackson. 

Powell, David J., 340 S. Main av. 

Roche, M. D. (Mrs.), 860 Capouse av. 

Ross, Michael, 919 Scranton. 

Scheuer, John W., 706 Cedar av. 

Shellemberger. E., 105 S. Main av. 

Sullivan, Margaret (Miss), 832 Ca- 
pouse avenue. 

Squal, Joe, N. Seventh corner W. 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Stull, Mary (Mrs.), 123 W. Market. 

Taylor, Joseph, 1119 Swetland. 

Tobin, William, 1512 Pittston av. 

Toti, Adam, 524 Lackawanna av. 

Trumbower, F. V., 101 S. Seventh. 

Tssi, Antonio, Penn avenue, cor. 
Spruce. 

Tunstall, John, 217 Penn avenue. 

VAN HORN, A. L. (man.), (fruit), 120 
Franklin avenue. 

Varnie, Frank, 108 W. Market. 

Viggiano, Frank, 332 S. Washing- 
ton avenue. 

Weirich, Adam, 1318 S. Wash'n ave. 

Williams, J. D., 308 N. Wash'n ave. 

WILLIAMS, J. D. &, BRO., (confection- 
ery), 314 Lackawanna avenue and 
112 S. Main av. (see page 44). 

Williams, Thomas H., 1805 Jackson. 

Yonk, Elizabeth, 1606 Jackson. 

Contractors. 

[8eo also Carpenters, also Masons.] 

ASWELL, JOHN, 301 Tenth corner 
Oxford. 

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ASWELL, R. F., 1116 Rock. 

Baker, W. E., Theodore corner 

Summit. 
BARBER, I. T., 1206 Thompson [see 

page 72, 
Battle, Daniel, (stone), 613 Fig. 
BENORE, JOHN & SON, 710 to 716 

Scranton. 
BOLAND, C. T., 1121 Pittston av. 
Boland & Evans, 508 Oak. 
Burke Bros., 134 N. Washington av. 
Burke, Thomas C, 317 Stone av. 
Calpin, P. F., 551 Fourth. 
Camin, Christian, 921 N. Irving av: 
Cap well, E. D. & Bros., 226 N. Fil- 

more avenve. 
CARLUCCI, FRANK, 720 to 726 Scran- 
ton (see page 24). 
CLANCY, P. D., 1805 Ross avenue (see 

page 44). 
COLLINS, JAMES, 216 Mifflin avenue 

(see page 43). 
COOPER, GEORGE, 154 S. Hyde Park 

avenue. 
CRAWFORD & HUFF, 209 Raymond 

court. 
DAVIS, BERTON E., (stone), Nay Aug 

av. cor. Green Ridge (see page 13) . 
DEAN, R, C, 1018 Wood avenue (see 

page 72), 
Dunn Bros., (sewer and street pav- 
ing), Penn av, corner Spruce, 
DUNN, B. F., 1702 Wyoming avenue 

(see page 66), 
Elias, David P,, 125 S, Lincoln av, 
EVERETT WM. G. H., 726 Hampton, 
Finn, Ezra & Sons, 524 Olive. 
Flannagan, John, 1008 Hampton, 
FORESMAN, ROBERT, 814 Myrtle (see 

page 10). 
Fowler, John, 1133 Eynon. 
GETZ, CHARLES, 811 Prospect av. 
GIBBONS &, NOLAN, 504 Oak and 1435 

Summit av. (see page 85). 
Giblin, John W., 122 Chestnut. 
GRAY, J. H., 1014 Luzerne (see p. 20). ; 
Green Ridge Lumber Co., 515 to 521 ; 

Green Ridge. 
GRIFFIN, JOHN, (stone), 428 Deacon i 

(see page 8). 
Griffin, W. H., 639 E. Market. 
Hardwick, Henry, 336 New York. | 
HENERY, ANTHONY, Summit avenue | 
• corner Far view, i 

Henderson, Albert, 100 Marion. 
Holly, Ira B., 711 Court, 
Hughes, Edwin G., 232 S. Main, 
Hurlbutt, H. R,, 115 Putnam. 
JACKE, RAYMOND, 319 Birch. 
Jeffers, John D., 1207 W. Court. | 

Johler, Jacob K,, Boulevard near j 

Parker, 



Kelly, Michael, 2435 Pittston av, 

KOHL, JOHN D., P. O. box 454. (see 
page 36). 

LEONARD, WM., 531 W. Market. 

McCRAY, ROBERT J.. 2102 Pittston av. 

McDonough, 1306 to 1310 Stone av. 

Maier, Julius, 625 Willow. 

May, Patrick F., 549 Fourth. 

MARKWICK BROS., 1427 Luzerne and 
433 Fourteenth (see page 18). 

MOELLER, FRANK, 1403 Prospect ave- 
nue (see page 63). 

MOVER, FRANK M., 320 N. Washing- 
ton avenue (see page 9). 

MULDOON & BOWE, (stone), Penn av. 
corner Poplar (see page 10). 

Mulherin, John, (stone), 110 N. 
Sumner. 

Mulherin & Judge, 1401 to 1441 
Remington avenue. 

O'Malley, Wm. T., 439 W. Market. 

PafF, Josiah, 331 N. Lincoln av. 

Peck Lumber Manufacturing Co., 
101 to 111 E. Market. 

PENNSYLVANIA ROOFING CO., 326 N. 
Washington av. (see page 52). 

PHILIPP, MAX, 415 Alder (see p. 98). 

RENTSCHLER, CHARLES, 923 Birch. 

Robbins, E. B., 1817 Nay Aug av. 

ROWE, WM. E., 901 Price. 

Ruddy, Michael, (stone), 1608 Cedar 
avenue. 

Schroeder, Conrad, (36, 37 and 38) 
Commonwealth Building. 

Smith, Gardner F., 607 Court. 

Smith & Rymer, 1123 Meed avenue. 

SPRUK BROS., 519 Alder. 

STANSBURY, G. W., 1228 Providence 
road. 

Stephens, Thomas P., (stone), 124 8. 
Lincoln avenue. 

STIPP, PETER, 520 Spruce (see page 
32). 

SYKES, SAM, (stone), 1235 Penn av. 
(see page 74) . 

TEETER, C. L,, (Bluestone Co.), (35) 
Repubhcan Building (see back 
col. page A). 

Thomas, David, 325 Spring. 

Thomas, Richard E., 301 Four- 
teenth. 

VAN VALIN, C. L., 125 Linden (see 
page 24). 

Von Weisenflush, John, 1225 Wash- 
burn. 

Waterman, N. L., 1012 Jones. 

WILLIAMS, DAVID Y., 117 Garfield av. 
(see page 20). 

WILLIAMS, EDWIN S., Ash, cor. Penn 
avenue (see page 17), 

Williams, J. H,, 1214 Eynon, 

WILLIAMS, H. M., 131 S. Seventh. 



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WILLIAMS. MORRIS, 326 Twelfth. 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS D., L520 Wash- 
burn. 

WILLIAMS, W. R., 314 S. Main av. 

WILLIAMS, W. W., 200 High School 
street (see page 90). 

Woolsey, J. B., 312 and 314 Forest 
court. 

Worden, M. E., 408 Spruce. 

Cordage and Rope. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 484 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Cornice Manufacturers. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Corrugated Iron. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Cracker Bakers. 

Kelley, M. J., 1031 and 1033 Capouse 

avenue. 
SCHEUER BROS., 341 to 347 Brook 

(see page 20"). 

Creameries. 

Conrad, William, Larch, cor. San- 
derson avenue. 



Crockery, Glass, and Earth- 
enware. 

GREAT FOUR CENT STORE, (J. H. 

Ladwig, prop.), 310 Lackawanna 

avenue (see page 48). 
HARDING, J. B., 315 Lackawanna av. 
Kleberg, Eugene, 231 Peun avenue. 
MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence 

square (see front col. jp. vii.). 
Weichel & Millar, 116 Wyoming av. 

Culm Pile Separatros. 

Columbus (Colliery Co. (The), 1150 
N. Washington avenue. 

Curtains. 

I Retail. I 

HART &. OTTINGER, 209 Wyoming 
avenue (see page 70^. 



KERR &, SIEBECKER, 406 and 408 
Lackawanna av. (see front col. p. 
vi. 

Cutlery Dealers, and Import- 
ers of. 

[See also Hardware Dealers.] 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside back cover). 

Dancing Academies. 

SIEGEL, J. FRANK, 234 Lackawanna 

av. (see front col. page x). 

Dandruff' Cure and Toilet 
Balm Manufacturers. 

SPEICHER DANDRUFF CURE CO., 206 

and 208 Lackawanna avenue. 

Decorators. 

[See also Painters.] 

ADAMS, J. W., 1407 Penn avenue (see 
page 46) . 

BECKER. FRED. JR., 337 Adams av. 

BRIEGEL. GEORGE A., Arcade bldg. 
(see page 4). 

FORD, W. M., 120 Penn avenue. 

HART &. OTTINGER, 209 Wyoming 
avenue (see page 70). 

HOPEWELL, H. U., 608 Pine (see page 
108). 

JONES &, CAHOON, 1806 Nay Aug av. 
and 209 W. Market (see page 30). 

KOSSMANN, CHARLES, 727 Maple. 

KOSSMANN, JACOB, 522 Myrtle (see 
page 28). 

LAMAZE, EDWARD, 1318 N.Washing- 
ton avenue (see page 18). 

NICHOLSON, C. A., 1309 Capouse ave- 
nue (see page 14). 

Smith, Gardner F., 607 Court. 

Dentists. 

Albany JDentist, 332 Lackawanna av. 
De Lacej', W. P., 311 Spruce. 
Fordham, J. L., 104 N. Washington 

avenue. 
Green, E. M., 312 N. Washington av. 
Heist, M. (Mrs.), 105 W. Market. 
Hen wood, W. B., 316 Lackawanna 

avenue. 
HOFF. E. R., 409 Spruce (see page 9^. 



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LUXEMBURGER, GEORGE, 431 Spruce. 

McGRAW, F. L., 305 Spruce. 

O'Hara, P. J., 134 N.Washington av. 

PIERCE, EDWARD J., 117 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Senderling, T. M.. Jackson, cor. N. 
Main avenue. 

Stratton R. M., 36 Coal Exchange. 

Struppler, P. F., 142 S. Main av. 

WHEATON, EDGAR F., 421 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Detective Agencies. 

Barring, H., Commonwealth bldg. 
Scanlon, A., Jr., 329 Spruce. 

Diamond Drillers. 

SCISM, JOHN, 227 N. Washington 

avenue (see page 66). 
Simpson, H. P., (Republican bldg.), 

229 N. Washington avenue. 

Die Sinkers. 

Price & Roe, 207 N. Washington av. 

Dining Rooms. 

ARNOUT, W. E., 133 VVvomiug av. 

BISHOP, CARRIE (MRS!), 243 Wyom- 
ing avenue (see page 33). 

Broad Fruit Co., 124 Penn avenue. 

Brock, Horace, 1915 N. Main av. 

Brock, T. H., Penn av., cor. Linden. 

Columbia, The (P. J. O'Bojde), 36 
Lackawanna avenue. 

COLUMBIAN HOUSE, (A. L. Van 
Horn, mgr.), 120 Franklin av. 

DURR, FREDERICK, 313 Lackawanna 
avenue (see page 52) . 

Hanley, Wm., D., L. & W. depot. 

HEN6LER, HENRY, 434 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

HUNTINGTON, J. C, 227 N. Washing- 
ton av. and 413 Lackawanna av. 

Metropolitan, (C. W. Kaufman, 
prop.), 109 Lackawanna avenue. 

MILLER, C. H.,Penn av., cor. Spruce. 

MITCHELL, M. J., 503 Linden. 

NOLAN, WILLIAM, 207 E. Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Roche & Fadden, 9 Lackawanna av. 

Roma Hotel, The, (Jos. A. Cassesee, 
prop.), 103 Lackawanna avenue. 

ST. JAMES HOTEL, (W. T. Jenkins, 
prop.), 105 Lackawanna avenue 
(see page 52). 

Singer, O. R. (Mrs.), 105 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 



Smith, F. M., 615 Green Ridge. 
White, H. C, 325 Penn avenue. 
Wyckham, J. D., 217 Lackawanna 

avenue. 
ZIEGLER, P ETER, 327 Lackawanna av. 
Zimmerli, .Tos., 110 S. Main avenue. 

Directory Publishers. 

AM. DIRECTORY & PUB. CO., (B. R. 

Dobbs, General Manager), 37 Can- 
non, Bridgeport, Conn, (see page 
56). 
Wilhams, J. E., (W. H. Taylor, 
Mgr.), 427 Spruce. 

Distributor of Advertising 
Matter. 

VAIL, J. W., (see front cover). 

District Messengers. 

SCRANTON MESSENGER SERVICE,(R. 

M. O'Brien, mgr.), 236 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

BENORE, JOHN, &. SON, 710 to 716 

Scranton. 

Green Ridge Lumber Co., 515 to 521 
Green Ridge. 

Mulherin & Judge, 1401 to 1441 Rem- 
ington avenue. 

Peck Lumber Mfg. Co., 101 to 111 E. 
Market. 

SCRANTON WOODWORKING CO., 510 to 
516 Penn avenue (see page 75). 

Door Plates and Numbers. 

Florey <fe Holt, 408 Spruce (see page 
14). 

Drain and Sewer Pipe. 

HUNT &. CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka^ 

wanna av. (see inside front cover). 
KELLER, LUTHER, 813 W. Lacka- 
wanna avenue (see front cover). 

Draymen. 

Breswitz, Lewis, 210 Meridian. 
BROWN, GEORGE W., 10 Lackawanna 

avenue (see page 86). 

Conklin, Farl, 305 Fairview avenue. 

Banner, Wm., 219 Linden. 

FARRELL, M., 226 Lackawanna ave- 
nue fsee page 36). 



Clocks and Silverware 



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Flyte, David, 1.32 Fairview aveuue. 
Ferber, H. F., 12 Lackawanna a v. 
Griffin, John, 428 Deacon. 
Haldeman, Wm. B., 1741 Sanderson 

avenue. 
Hennemuth, Wm., 22.3 Mulberry. 
Johnson, B. H., 1004 Jackson. 
Jones, H., 339 Adams avenue. 
Jones, M. F., 1002 Jackson. 
Jones, Timothy H., 117 Morris Court. 
Kearney, M. F., 1434 Penn avenue. 
Keefe, Ed., 321 Phelps. 
KETCHAM, W. P., 415 to 419 Linden 

(see front col. page viii.). 
KETCHUM, A., 15 Chestnut. 
Lee, A., (office, Scranton House), 

residence, 220 Raymond Court. 
Newmuis, Joseph, 119 Raymond 

Court. 
POST, R. F., 14 Lackawanna avenue 

(see page 74). 
Purceli, Patrick, 1036 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 
RUDDY, JOHN, 1001 Capouse aveuue. 
SCHWARZKOPF, ANTHONY, 1415 N. 

Washington avenue. 
SWEENEY, M., 1020 S. Wyoming av. 
VEITH, 60DLIP, 737 Birch. 

Dress-Makers. 

Abele, Mary (Miss), 816 Birch. 

Arnold, F. K. (Mrs.), 309 Oakford 
Court. 

Aselin, Minnie (Miss), 1036 Lafay- 
ette. 

Barlow, P. M. (Mrs.), 230 Jackson 
avenue. 

Brower, M. E., 201 N. Wash'n ave. 

Campfield, 8. S. (Mrs.), 1-559 Dick- 
son avenue. 

Carroll, .Tulia (Miss), 519 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Coar, Annie (Miss), 233 Wyoming 
avenue. 

COBB, EMMA (MRS.), (rooms third 
floor), 227 N. Washington avenue. 

Dennis, Ella (Miss), 239 Penn av. 

DUFFIN, MARY (MISS), 310 Adams 
avenue (see page 14). 

Earle, Mame (Mrs.), 125 Linden. 

Frazer, R. A., 215 Wyoming avenue. 

Grtebel, Mary (Mrs.), 702 Prospect 
avenue. 

Greham, Annie (Miss), 219 Prospect 
avenue. 

Giard, Emily 227 Spruce. 

Grimes, Kittle (Miss), 1.321 Albright 
avenue. 

HORTON, A. (MRS.), 345 Adams ave- 
nue (see page 22). 



Keegon, Maggie, 238 Penn avenue. 

Kenny, Jennie A. (Miss) , 504 Spruce. 

Kenny, Teresa (Miss), 529i Linden. 

KERRIGAN, MARY (MRS.), 308 N. Main 
avenue. 

Kresge, Alta (Miss), 426 N. Eight. 

L'AMOUREAUX, FRANCES (MISS.), 215 
Wyoming avenue (see page 53). 

Langguth, Katie (Miss), 5 Howard 
Court. 

Lavelle, Mary E. (Miss), 1005 Green 
Ridge. 

Lavo, N. M. (Mrs.), 203 Penn av. 

Loris, Mary A. (Miss), 515 Mulberry. 

Lutz, O. 8' (Mrs.), 500 Marion. 

McCormack, Lizzie (Miss), 433 
Spruce. 

Millard, M. H. (Miss), 504 Spruce. 

MILLS, P. B. (MRS.), 1601 Jackson. 

xMorse, Rachel L. (Mrs.), 727 Jeffer- 
son avenue. 

North, Jennie F., 221 Wyoming av. 

North, Maggie, 709 Cedar avenue. 

Reifler, Theresa (Mrs.), 1408 Sander- 
son avenue. 

Risewick, Susan (Mrs.), 1120 Jack- 
son. 

Ross, Ada (Miss), 1307 Sanderson av. 

Ross, Millie (Miss), 1307 Sanderson 
avenue. 

Siiverburg, C. J., 230 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Solomon, A., & Co., 508 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Stephens, M. A., 138 Franklin av. 

WASHBURN, L. M., (rooms third floor), 
227 N. Washington avenue (see 
page 88). 

Drilliug and Prospecting. 

SCISM, JOHN, 227 N. Washington 

avenue (see page 66). 
Simpson, H. P., 229 N. Washington 

avenue. 

Drop Forcings. 

SCRANTON FORGING CO.. Green' 
Ridge. 

Druggists. 

Benjamin & Benjamin, 216 Frank- 
lin avenue. 

Bouton, F. M., Adams aveuue, cor- 
ner Pine. 

Burr, Daniel W. & Co., (^wholesale), 
139 Franklin avenue. 

Chittenden, C. E., 519 Lackawanna 
aveuue. 

Cole, H. M., 1438 Capouse avenue. 



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Davis, John J., 106 S. Main avenue. 

Decker Drug Store, 107 N. Main av. 

Francke, T. H.,201 Washington av. 

Foulke, S. L., 347 Adams avenue. 

Gelbert, D. G„ 402 S. Washington 
avenue. 

Griffin, H. E., 1917 N. Main av. 

Harris, C. M., 127 Penn avenue. 

HENWOOD, C, & CO., 1909 N. Main 
avenue. 

Jenkins, W. W., 1717 Jackson. 

Jenkins & Musgrave, 101 8. Main av. 

Jones, D. M., 512 S. Main avenue. 

Jones, T. H., 130 S. Main avenue. 

Knoepfel, William H., 1019 N. Ir- 
ving avenue. 

KORNACHER, WILLIAM, 724 Pittston 
avenue. 

Lewis Drug Store, Main, cor. Market. 

LOFTUS & MELVIN, 237 Wyoming av. 

Lorenz, C, 418 Lackawanna avenue. 

Lorenz & Koempel, Washington 
avenue cor. Linden. 

McGarrah & Thomas, 209 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Manley, J. A. (Dr.), 1418 Pittston 
avenue. 

MATTHEWS BROS., 320 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

MORGAN & CO., 101 N. Main avenue 
(see page 96). 

O'Donnell, George H., 217 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Phelps Pharmacj^ (John H. Phelps, 
prop), Wyoming av., cor. Spruce. 

Powers, L. D., 414 Cedar avenue. 

Rea & Jones, 1560 Dickson avenue. 

Ryan, David S., 142 N. Main av. 

Sanderson, H. C, Spruce, corner 
Washington avenue. 

Shryer, C. R., 331 N. Main avenue. 

Sickler, S. H., 1204 Providence road. 

Smith, E. F., & Co., 225 Penn av. 

Terppe, F. L., 510 Cedar avenue. 

Vetter, Philip I., 415 Penn avenue. 

Dry and Fancy (roods. 

Burns, Mary T. (Miss), 121 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Carson & Davis, 1307 and 1309 Wash- 
burn. 

Clarke Bros., 318 to 322 N. Main av. 

Cleland & Taylor, 123 to 127 Wyom- 
ing avenue. 

CONNOLLY & WALLACE, 209 N. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

Davis & Williams, 125 S. Main av. 

Fenner & Chappell, 1910 and 1912 
N. Main avenue. 

Finley, P. B., 510 and 512 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 



6EIGER, JACOB, 62L and 623 Cedar 
avenue. 

Gillespie, C. J,, 110 and 112 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Goldsmith's Bazaar, 412 and 414 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Goodman, Henry, 516 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

Gorman, E., 124 and 126 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Gross, Foster & Co., 316 and 318 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Hawks, John, 1248 Providence road. 

Harris, S., 412 S. Washington av. 

Hartman, Peter, 532 Pittston av. 

Heal, Arthur, 1023 Pittston avenue. 

Heal, Arthur G., 121 S. Main av. 

Jacoby & Co., (wholesale), 421 S. 
Washington avenue. 

Jones, S. R., & Co., 234 N. Mainav. 

KAPLAN, M. & CO., 415 N. Main av. 

Kelly, Hannah (Miss), 311 W. Mar- 
ket. 

Kelly & Healey, (jobbers), 20 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Kenny, Teresa (Miss), (fancy goods), 
529 J Linden. 

Kessler, George, 809 Cedar avenue. 

McCANN, P., & CO., 1001 Swetland. 

Mayo, N. C, 1501 and 1503 Swet- 
land. 

Mears & Hagen, 415 Lackawanna 
avenue. 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence Sq. 
(see front col. page viii.). 

O'Hara, John, 922 Scranton. 

Price, John, 111 Penn avenue. 

Segal, Simon, 413 Penn avenue. 

SMITH, W. E. & CO., 1004 S. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

SMITH, W. T., 222 and 224 N. Main 
avenue. 

Stern, William, 405 Cedar avenue. 

STOEBER, HENRY, 309 Fifth. 

Walsh, Thomas H., 246 Railroad av. 

Walter Dry Goods Co., 128 Wyom- 
ing avenue. 

Welcker, W., 308 Lackawanna av. 

Williams & Co., 512 S. Main av. 

Zurflieh, J. C, 517 Lackawanna av. 

Dyers. 

Boston Steam Dye Works, (Amann 
Bros., props.), 211 Penn avenue. 

Gould, J. A., 319 Penn avenue. 

KEYSTONE STEAM DYE WORKS, (R. 
T. Howells, prop.), 231 Wyoming 
avenue (see page 84). 

LANDAU, ISIDORE, 320 Spruce. 



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Edge Tools. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Electric Bells and Annun- 
ciators. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Electricians. 

Robbing, Edward, 441 Penn avenue. 

WIGHTMAN, H. J. & CO., (room 11) 

Library bldg. (seefrontcol. pagex). 

Electric Light Co. 

SCRANTON ILLUMINATING, HEAT AND 
POWER CO., THE, 136 Wyoming av. 

Electric Lighting. 

Suburban Electric Light Co., The, 
(11) Commonwealth Building. 

Electric Railway Supplies. 

WIGHTMAN, H. J. &, CO., (room 11) 
Library bldg. (see front col. p. x,). 

Electric Companies. 

Suburban Electric Light Co., The, 
(11) Commonwealth Building. 

Electric Supplies. 

HUNT Sl CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Robbing, Edward, 441 Penn avenue. 

Scott, C. B., 119 Franklin avenue. 

WIGHTMAN, H. J. & CO., (11) Library 
bldg. (see front col. page x.). 

Electric Ventilating Fans. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Elevators. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Morse, Williams & Co., (J. J. Seelar, 
man.), 425 Spruce. 



Employment Bureaus. 

DUFFIN, MARY (MISS), 310 Adams 

avenue (see page 14). 
Frankel, Max, 131 Linden. 

Engine Builders. 

Dickson Mfg. Co., Penn avenue cor- 
ner Vine. 
FINCH MFG. CO., W.Lackawanna av. 

N. Eight and Swetland. 



Engravers. 

H AETTICH, PETER, 213 Penn avenue. 
KELL, E., (Jewelry), 511 Cedar av. 
Price & Roe, 207 N. Washington av. 
SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, 229 N. 

Washington av. (see page 64). 
Teal, J. H., 1911 N. Main avenue. 
Widmayer. C. O., 307 Spruce. 



Excavators. 

GRIFFIN, JOHN, 428 Deacon (see p. 8). 
STIPP, PETER, 520 Spruce (see p. 32). 

Express and Express Agents. 

Adams Express Co., 109 Franklin av. 

National Express Co., 328 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

United States Express Co., .306 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Wells, Fargo & Co., 306 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Expressmen and Truckmen. 

[See Draymen.] 



Fancy Goods. 

(See also Dry Goods and Fancy Goods. 

BEVANS, H., 21 Wyoming avenue. 
Browns' Bee Hive, 224 Lackawanna 

avenue. 
Burns, Mary T. (Miss), 121 W. 

Market. 
Carroll & Co., 427 Linden. 
CASEY, LIZZIE, 313 Spruce (see page 

47). 
Hetsel, Eva M., 330 Lackawanna 

avenue. 
Hoodoo, Soo, 312 N. Washington av. 
Wool worth & Co., 319 Lack. ave. 



Fine Furnishing Goods at COLLINS & HACKETT 

220 L-ackaw^anna Avenue. 



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Feather Renoyators. 

SCRANTOn bedding CO., 602 and 604 
Lack, ave., (see front col. p vi). 

Fence and Railing Manufac- 
turers. 

Breneman, Daniel, 310 Penn av. 

Kweuel, Joseph, (wire), 515 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

SANT'S IRON FENCE CO., 1602 to 
1608 Jackson. 

Scranton Iron Fence and Manufac- 
turing Co. (The), 1335 and 1337 
Capouse avenue. 

Fertilizers. 

HASLAM STOCK YARDS, 118 Cliflf 
(see front col. p. viii.). 

HEWETT, F. H. &, SON, 1123 Diamond 
avenue (see page 72). 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



File Manufacturers. 

LAYBOURN, JOHN, Amelia, cor. Race. 

Fire Brick. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Scranton Fire Brick Co., (46 and 47) 
Commonwealth Building. 

Fire Clay. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Fire Escapes. 

Scranton Iron Fence and Manufac- 
turing Co., 1.335 and 1337 Capouse 
avenue. 

Fire-Proof Roofs. 

New England Roof Paint Co., 316 
Spruce. 

Fire-Proof Steel Lath. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., (Bostwick's), 
434 LaCiiawanna avenue (see in- 
side front cover) . 



Fireworks. 

GREAT FOUR CENT STORE, (J. H. 

Ladwig, prop.), 310 Lackawanna 
avenue (see page 48). 

Fishing Tackle. 

Felton, George & Bro., Spruce, cor. 

Penn avenue. 
FLOREY & HOLT, 408 Spruce (see 

page 14), 
Gardner. J. N., 417 N. Sixth. 
Keller, George, 119 Penn avenue. 
Parker, E. R., 321 Spruce. 

Fish, Oysters, Etc. 

DAVIS, ROGER, 508 S. Main avenue. 

NEAVE, WILLIAM, 832 Capouse ave- 
nue (see page 24). 

PIERCE, W. H., 110 and 112 Penn 
avenue (see page 82). 

Reinhart's Market, 33 and 35 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Scranton Packing Co. (The), 113 
Franklin avenue. 

Sweet, H. B., 106 Penn avenue. 

VAN HORN, A. L., (man.,) oysters, 
120 Franklin avenue. 



Five and Ten Cent Stores. 

Schoen, Helen (Mrs.), 1107 Jackson. 
Woolworth & Co., 319 Lackawanna 
avenue and 125 Penu avenue. 

Flagging and Curbing. 

[See Stone Dealers.] 

WILLIAMS, EDWIN S., Penn avenue, 

cor. Ash (see page 17). 

Florists. 

Clark, G. R. & Co., 146 N. Washing- 
ton avenue, 1350 N. Main avenue. 

HALSTEAD, N. (agent for Ellwanger 
& Barry). 320 Mifflin avenue (see 
page 108)! 

Long, George A., 1150 Academy. 

Morel Bros., 624 E. Market. 

Mott & Phillips, 820 Cedar avenue. 

Palmer, John, 110 jST. Washington 
avenue. 

PALMER, R. W., 430 Spruce (see page 
34). 

Wheeler & Rodham, 104 S. Mainav. 

WILL, W. F., 431 Spruce (see page 37). 



DAVIS & HOUPT, Architects, 



24. 26 and 26 Commonwealth 
Building, 
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Flour, Feed, and Grain. 

Babcock, G. J. & Co., 116 Franklin 
avenue and 202 to 206 Centre. 

Carson & Davis, 1307 and 1309 
Washburn. 

Cliurch, Joseph, 1336 N. Main av. 

Freas, W. B. & Son, 9 E. Market. 

Kelley, T. J. & Co., (flour), 14 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

LACKAWANNA STORE ASSOCIATION 

(LIm.), (Garrett Smith, supt.), Mattes. 

Matthews, C. P., Son & Co., (whole- 
sale), 34 Lackawanna avenue. 

MONTGOMERY, H &. CO.. 726 W. 
Lackawanna avenue. 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 
(see front col. p. vii.). 

PROVIDENCE MILL CO., 2420 to 2428 
Amelia av. (see page 12). 

Bobbins, J. J., N. Eighth, cor. W. 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Boss, F. F., 2727 N. Main avenue. 

Buddy, M. M., (flour), 6 Lacka. av. 

St. Amand, F., W. Lacka. av., cor. 
Sixth. 

Teal, E. E., (flour), 24 Lacka. av. 

WATTS CO., T. H. (THE) (LIm.), (flour, 
wholesale), 723 and 725 Lacka. av. 
(see front col. p. xi.). 

WESTON MILL CO.. 47 and 49 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Flour and Grist Mills. 

LACKAWANNA STORE ASSOCIATION, 
(LTD.), (Garrett Smith, Supt.), 

PROVIDENCE MILL CO., 2420 to 2428 
Amelia avenue (see page 12). 

Bobbins, J. J., N. Eighth corner W. 
Lackawanna avenue. 

WESTON MILL CO,, 47 and 49 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 



Force Pumps. 

HUNT &. CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. fsee inside front cover). 



Forgings. 

Scranton Brass Works, (brass), 
(James M. Everhart, prop.), 28 
Clifl". 

SCRANTON FORGING CO.. (special 
drop). Green Bidge. 

Founders. 

[See Brass Kounders, also Iron Founders. J 



Fruit Dealers. 

[See (. onfectioner>' and Fruit.] 

Fruit Jar Fastener Mfrs. 

Scranton Jar and Stopper Co., 
Green Bidge and Meylert avenue. 

Furnaces and Ranges. 

(See also Stoves and Tinware Dealers.) 

HUNT 8l CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

LACKAWANNA HARDWARE CO., 221 
Lackawanna avenue and 222 and 
224 Centre (see front col. page xii.). 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence Sq. 
(see front col. page vii.). 

Furniture Dealers. 

Bausen, H. M., looo Dickson av. 
Barrett, M . L., 242 Penn avenue. 
Bentley, A., 316 Cedar avenue. 
BENTON, J. L., (chairs), 331 Adams 

avenue (see back cover). 
BRADLEY'S FURNITURE HOUSE, (H. 

Bradlev, prop.) 203 Penn avenue. 
ECONOMY FURNITURE CO., (L. & S. 

Ottinger, prop's) 225 and 227 Wy- 
oming ave. 
HAZLETT, C. H., (second hand), 226 

Spruce (see front col. p. xi). 
Hill & Connell, 131 and 133 N. 

Washington avenue. 
Hull (t Co., 205 and 207 Wyoming 

avenue. 
Jones, D. D. & Son, N. Main av. cor. 

Market. 
Kelly, Thomas, 610 and 612 W. 

Lackawanna avenue. 
KINBACK J. F., 613', Gibson (see p 60) 
McNamarra, P. F., 813 Eyuon. 
NEVILLE &, TAGUE, 602 N. Main av. 
Price, T. J., 201 S. Main avenue. 
Protheroe & Co., 132 N. Washington 

avenue and 133 Franklin avenue. 
Schellhase, Henry, 223 Wyoming av. 
Sissenberger, Wm., 229 and 231 Penu 

avenue. 
Stark et Brenneman, 313 Penn av. 
STORR CHRISTIAN, 615 Cedar ave. 
STRONG, A. E., 320 and 322 Penu av. 
Stunstali, Stephen, 138 Penn av. 
Wahl, Jobu «fc Co. (barbers), 512 

Spruce. 

Furniture Mfrs. 

BENTON J. L., 331 Adams ave [eee 
back cover]. 



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CHEMBERLIN, J. E., [office desks], 

Dix court [see page 2]. 
Hill & Connell, 131 and 133 N. 

Washington avenue. 
KINBACK J. F., 613* Gibson [see p 60] 
KNAU88, FRANK T:, 516 Peun av. 
Protheroe & Co., 132 N.Washington 

avenue and 133 Franklin avenue. 
Sissenberger, Wm., 229 and 231 

Penn avenue. 



Furuitiire Repairers. 

Benson, H. M. 1555 Dickson av. 
BENTON, i. L., 331 Adams avenue 

[see back cover]. 
Freeman, L., Wood cor. Diamond. 
HAZLETT, C. H.,226 Spruce [see front 

col. p. xi.]. 
Hill & Connel], 131 and 133 N. 

Washington avenue. 
Kapp, J. F.. 109 S. Main avenue. 
KINBACK, J. F., 613.^ Gibson [see 

page 60]. 
Lengler, Charles A., 712 Stone av. 
Smith, A. C, Dix court. 
VAN VALIN, C. L., 125 Linden [see 

page 24]. 

Furriers. 

BOLZ, J., 138 Wyoming avenue [see 
page 22]. 

Fuses. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka. 
av, (see inside front cover). 



GJalvanized Irou Cornices. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Gardeners. 

Morel Bros., (wholesale), 624 E. 
Market. 



Oas Fitters, Steam Fitters, 
and Plumbers. 

Battin Plumbing Co., 240 Penn av. 

Foster, S. M., 114 S. Main avenue. 

Gorman, John J., 809 Spruce. 

HARAN, LUKE, 1548 Dickson avenue 
(seepage 34). 

Howley Bros., 338 and 340 Penn av. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Lawler, James J,, 247 Wyoming av. 

Leonard, B. E.,514 Lacka wannaav. 

Mcknight, george m., 112 n. Hyde 

Park av, (see page 78). 
MONIES, G. B. & A. C, 1542 Dickson 

avenue, (see page 8). 
Mullen, Thomas F., 315 Spruce. 
MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence 

square (see front col. p. vii). 
Nolan, John, 347 Adams avenue. 
O'Donnell Bros., 805 Capouse av. 
SCHNEIDER BROS., 601 and 603 Cedar 

avenue. 
Wenzel, Conrad, 712 W. Lacka. av. 
YOOS & DOYLE, 124 N. Main av. 
ZIEGLER & SCHUMACHER, 501 and 

503 Cedar avenue (see page 71). 

Gas aud Electric Fixtures. 

HUNT Si CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Cras Fittings and Fixtures. 

Howley Bros., 338 and 340 Penn av. 
HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 
Lawler, James J., 247 Wyoming av. 

Oas and Steam Fitters' 
Tools. 

Devers, James M., 340 W. Market. 
HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Gas Companies. 

PROVIDENCE GAS AND WATER CO. 
(THE), 1808 N. Main avenue. 

Gas Engines. 

HUNT Sl CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av, (see inside front cover). 



General Stores. 

[See also Grocers. J 

Archbald, George, 304 W. Market. 
Atherton, A. M., N. Main avenue, 

cor. Market. 
CAVANAGH, P. A., 522 and 524 River. 
Clarke Bros., 318 to 322 N. Main av. 
Diering, August, 603 Prospect av. 
Donnely, Patrick, 622 Beech. 



KIiu Park M. E. Ch.i.cli, 

Connell iJuIltling:, 

Green Kidge Fresbyteriaii Church, 



ARE PLASTERED WITH 

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139 



Evans, D. D. & Co., 507 and 509 S. 

Main avenue. 
Evans, T. T. & Co., 1506 Washburn. 
Eynon, G. F. & Co., 105 N. Maiuav. 
Farrell, William, 1814 Washburn. 
FLYNN, ENOS, 324 W. Market. 
FRABLE, WASHINGTON & SON, 221 

to 225 Stone avenue. 
FRANTZ, ANDREW, 821 Cedar avenue 

(see page 12). 
Gillespie, C. J., IK) and 112 W. Mar- 
ket. 
Green Ridge Store Co. (Lim.), 1553 

Dickson avenue. 
Heen, N., 409 Cedar avenue. 
Lackawanna Store Co., Spruce, cor. 

Penn avenue. 
LACKAWANNA STORE ASSOCIATION 
(Lim.), Lackawanna avenue, cor. 
Jefferson avenue. 
Luce, T. J. & Sons, 122 N. Main av. 
McCANN, P. & CO., 1001 Swetland. 
MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 

(see IVout col. p. vii.). 
New, Frederick, 930 Cedar avenue. 
O'Hara, D. C, 703 Scranton. 
Protheroe & Watkins, 203 S. Main 

avenue. 
Providence Store Co., Providence 

road, cor. N, Main avenue. 
Kichards & Co., 818 W. Lacka. av, 
Ross, F. F., 2727 N. Main avenue. 
Schultz, George, 1514 Ash. 
SMITH J., BORUCH &. DIDIK CO., 
(Lim.), 410 S. Washington av. (see 
page 96). 
Steell, Joseph H. & Co., 123 W. Mar- 
ket; office (7 and 8) Tribune Bldg, 
STEVENS, E. G., 1415 Capouse av. 
THOMAS, MORGAN. 1126 Jackson. 
Thomas, T. G., 205 and 207 Garfield 

avenue. 
Weber, T. (Mrs.), 1032 Prospect av- 
Williams, D. P. (Mrs.), 1H21 Price. 



(lieiits' Furiiishiui!: dioofls. 



Brown, M. 224 Lacka. avenue. 
(Miristian, Frank P., 205 Lacka. 
COLLINS &. HACKETT, 220 Lac 

wanna avenue (see top lines). 
CONRAD, LOUIS, 305 Lacka. av. 
Davies & Grilliu, 228 Lacka. av. 
Driesen, PL, 222 Lacka. avenue. 
Dunn, Alex. Jr., 112 Wvoniing 
Gallen, S. L., 137 and 1.39 Penu 
(Jidzinsky, Lena (Mr?^. 1,411 N. M 

avenue. 
(Toldsniith's Bazaar, 412 ami 

Ijackavvnnna avenue. 



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Gross, Foster & Co., 316 and 318 
Lackawanna avenue. 

HOWE, IRVING H. & CO., 400 and 402 
Lackawanna avenue. 

Kramer Bros., 825 Lacka. av. 

LAUER & MARKS, 321 and 323 Lacka- 
wanna ave. (See page 58). 

Lebowitz, R., 408 S. Washington av. 
wanna avenue. 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 
(see front col. p. vii.). 

NEUFFER, CHARLES D., 528 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Nichols, Richard, 1110 Jackson. 

Posner, A., 21 Lacka. av. 

Rose, A., 223 Lacka. av. 

Samter Bros., Lacka. av., cor. Penn 
avenne. 

WILLIAMS, E. J., (estate), 213 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Criant Belting. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover"). 

(xlass Mfrs. 

Scranton Glass Co,, 301 to 329 Green 
Ridge. 

Olass Tube Cutters. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (.see inside front cover). 

Ginger Ale Mfrs. 

Leonard Bros. & Co., Lacka. av. 
cor. Adams av. 

Grading and Sodding. 

GRIFFIN, JOHN, 428 Deacon (see p 8). 

Grate Mfr. 

McClave, Brooks <fe Co., 301 and .30.3 
Seventh. 

Grate Bar Mfrs. 

Leisenring Manufacturing Co., The, 
(39, 40 and 41) Commonwealth 
Building. 

(iranite Workers and Dealers. 

Canavan, T. I., 40 Linden. 
CARLUCCI, FRANK & BRO.. 720 to 726 
Scranton (see page 241. 



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Henery, M. W., 1922 Brick avenue. 
McSHERRY, DENIS &,C0., 704 Wash- 
ington avenue (see col. page A). 
Owens Bros., 218 and 220 Adams av. 

(xrates and Mantels. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Grease Cnp Mfrs. 

Lackawanna Lubricating Co., 1212 
Capouse avenue. 

Grreen Houses. 

WILL, W. F., 917 Capouse avenue (see 
page 37). 

(xrocers. 

Adams, Lizzie (Mrs.), 1501 Von 
Storch avenue. 

Amendt, Charles, 966 Ridge. 

Aronovits, Benjamin, 725 Scranton. 

Bailey, J. O., 401 Penn avenue. 

Bailey, .T. H. & Co.. 1026 8. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

Barrett, P. M., 910 S. Washington 
avenue. 

Beadle & Steell, Spruce cor. Penn av. 

Beavan, Elizabeth W. L., 2001 Jack- 
son. 

Bechtold, Brandow & Co., 116 Penn 
avenue. 

Beck, A., 1301 N. Washington av. 

Bennett, Joseph, 1105 S.Washing- 
ton avenue. 

Biglin, Margaret (Mrs.j, 105 Carbon. 

BIRD, JAMES, 427 Hickory (see page 
28). 

Bloch, Joseph, 233 Wyoming av. 

Bloclr, David (Mrs.), 443 Penn av. 

Bonnard, Edward, 367 Bromley av. 

Boyer, William H., 505 Cedar av. 

Brown, Edward, 312 Third. 

Brown, P. W., 825 Capouse av. 

Brune, J. J., 645 Birch. 

Brunning. W. E., 230 N. Main av. 

Bugno, Mathew, 1320 Prospect av. 

Burke, James, 205 N. Ninth. 

Burnat, Jacob, 910 Jackson. 

Campbell, H. H., 214 Linden. 

CAMFIELD, P. L., 417 N. Irving ave- 
nue (see page 108). 

Carson & Davis, 1307 and 1309 Wash- 
burn. 

Casey, John, 543 Fourth. 

CAVANAUGH, P. A., 522 and 524 River 



Clapp, C. (Mrs.), Jackson cor. Hyde 
Park av. 

Clarke Bros., 318 to 322 N. Main av. 

Coar, John P., 121 Fifth av. 

Coar, Thomas, 221 Emmet. 

Coggins, Mary (Mrs.), 425 Fifth a\^ 

Coleman, A., 427 Lackawanna av. 

Coon, P. W., 1127 Division. 

Cooper, B. (Mrs.), 128 N. Main av. 

Cooper, C. E., 601 E. Market. 

Corcoran, J. B. & Co., 521 Lacka. av. 

Coursen, E. G., 429 Lackawanna av, 

Coyle, H. W., .321 Stone av. 

Cummings, Patrick, 307 Fifth. 

Cusicks, C. M., 1020 W. Lacka av. 

DAVIS, W. C, 1712 Lafayette (see 
page 38). 

Davies & Williams, 125 S. Main av. 

Decker, E. S. & Co., 224 Spruce. 

Detrick, J. G , 413 N. Main av. 

Devine, John, 429 Prospect avenne. 

Dieriug, August, 603 Prospect av. 

Dor«ey, Bessie (Miss), 426 Fifth av. 

Dougher, Patrick, -507 Emmet. 

Doughertv, Martin, 939 Capouse av. 

Dunlevey, M. (Mrs.), 1426 Pittston 
avenue. 

Earley, Martin, 723 Eynon. 

Engel, George, 431 Alder, 

Evans, John, 618 W. Lacka. av. 

Evans, Joseph J., 310 S. Main av. 

Evans, T. T. & Co., 1506 Washburn. 

Everilt Bros., 602 Adams av. 

Eynon, G. F. & Co.. 105 N. Mainav. 

Farrell, William, 1814 Washburn. 

Feuner & Chappell, 1910 and 1912 N. 
Main av. 

Filan, Eliza (Mrs.), 1021 Jackson. 

Flaherty, Patrick, 1035 Capouse av. 

Flannery, John, 152 S. Seventh. 

Flannighan, Minnie L. (Miss), 1717 
Luzerne. 

FLYNN, ENOS, 334 W. Market. 

FOSTER, LOUIS. 612 Hampton. 

FRABLE, WASHINGTON & SON, 221 
to 225 Stone avenue. 

FRANTZ, ANDREW, 821 Cedar avenue 
see page 12), 

Frear, R, H,, 325 and 327 Adams av. 

Fries, John, 947 Prescott av, 

Fritz, August and John, 117 N, Main 
avenue. 

Gere, R. L., 127 Linden. 

Gerlitz, Jacob, 962 Cross. 

Ghan, B. (Mrs,), 312 Second, 

Gillespie, C, J., 110-112 W, Market. 

Gilmartm, John J., 920 S. Washing- 
ton av. 

Goodwin, John J., 414 S. Washing- 
ton av. 

Gordon, John J., 102 Carbon. 

Graf, Charles, 427 Pittston. 



N. B. LEVY & 



DIAMONDS at Wholesale. 

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Grambo, Frauk, 1098 Pitteton av. 
Haprgerty, Patrick, 913 Jackson. 
Haley, J. J., 215 N. Ninth. 
Halpin, Martin, 825 Stone av. 
HAMM, PHILIP (MRS.), 612 Pittston 

avenue. 
Handley, M.E\, 19 Carbon. 
Hawks, John, 1248 Providence r'd. 
Hanlon, Thomas, 460 Raihoad av. 
Hangi, Joseph F., 1609 Dickson av. 
Harris, S. B., 417 Penn av. 
Hayes, D., 211 Stone avenue. 
Healey, Margaret, 1.32 N. Fillmore 

avenue. 
Hetzel & Collings, 803 Penn av. 
Heiser & Warnke, 102 S. Main av. 
Herz, Ambrose, 832 and 824 Stone 

avenue. 
Hiltz, Peter, 926 Pittstou avenue. 
Hine & Swayze, 207 Adams avenue. 
Hinerfield, Simon, 318 Penn av. 
Holland, M., 215 Stone avenue. 
Hopkins, John T., 416 W. Market. 
Hopkins, William H., 1216 Cedar 

avenue. 
Hughes, T. R., 1559 Dixon avenue. 
Hungarian Store Co., 407 S. Wash- 
ington avenue. 
Hutchison, Jobn, 141 Robinson, 
lunes, M. A., 5.33 Pittston avenue. 
Jackson, W. H., 121 Franklin av. 
Jacobs, Henry S., 1415 Lafayette. 
James, Henry D., 1109 Jnckson. 
JEHU, THOMAS, 1813 Wayne avenue. 
Jennings, William, 939 Capouse av. 
Johler, Jacob K., Boulevard, near 

Park. 
John, Mattie (Mrs.), 130 ('hestnut. 
Johnston, Archibald, 1439 Capouse 

avenue. 
Johnston, Augustus, .526 E. Market. 
.Jones, S. R. & (^o., 234 N. Main a v. 
Jordan Bros., 3.S9 W. Market. 
Judkovics, Max, 425 S. Washington 

avenue. 
KEECH &. HINE, 518 Gibson. 
Keefe, John, 321 Phelps. 
Kelley, R., 532 Ijacka. avenue. 
Kelly, M. J., 343 Phelps. 
Kilcullen, John, 419 S. Washington 

avenue. 
Klos, M., 801 Prospect avenue, 
l^rause, August, 220 Fifth avenue. 
LESNEOK, PETER, 315 Elm. 
Linn, Henrietta (Mrs.), H18 Cedar 

avenue. 
Lonergan, Rieluiid, lltj Chestnut. 
LOUIS, LUZETTA, 905 Hampton. 
Lowrie, R. E., 537 E. Market. 
Lynch, Julia (Miss), 730 Birch. 
Lynott Bros., 820 W. Market. 
McCANN. P. & CO.. 1001 Swetland. 



MacDonald, Philip, 532 Emmet. 

McDonough, Martin, 1427 Pittston 
avenue. 

McGowan, M. (Miss), 914 W. Lacka. 
avenue, 

McNamara, P. F., 813 Eynon. 

McHale, James T., 1602 Capouse av. 

McTighe, James. 462 N. Main av. 

Mahan, John J., 2126 Jackson. 

Mahon, A. J., 509 Third. 

Mahon, P. J., .502 Third. 

Marick, P. J.. 406 Prospect avenue. 

MAHON, P. J., 502 Third. 

MARTINO S. B., 222 Scran ton. 

Martin, M. J., 401 Prospect avenue. 

Mason, F. W. & Co., 116 and 118 
S. Main avenue. 

May, Martin, 401 Prospect avenue. 

Mayo, N. C, 1501 and 1503 Swetland 
avenue. 

Mears, E. J. (Mrs.), 208 N. Main av. 

Mears, Joseph A., 113 S. Main av. 

ME6ARGEL, E. A., 632 Cedar avenue 
(see page 18). 

Mikus, Joseph, 818 Cedar avenue. 

Miller, Charles T., Court cor. Dia- 
mond avenue. 

Miller, H. M., 412 Madison avenue. 

Miller, Peter, 320 Willow. 

Millett, Daniel J., 505 Third. 

Millhauser, S., 405 Penn avenue. 

Mitchell, Patrick, 207 Meridian. 

Mohr, Daniel, 338 N. Sumner av. 

Moran, M. J., 2121 Jackson. 

Morton, Charles, 1.358 and 1360 N. 
Washington avenue. 

Moran, P. F., Grant avenue. 

Mulderig. A. J., 1213 Pittston av. 

Mullen, A., 106 Anthony av. 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 
(see front col. p. vii,). 

Murray, James M., Crown corner 
Maple. 

Nash & Co., 423 S. Ninth. 

Nealon, W^. J., 325 Prospect av. 

Nichols, L. W., 322 N. Washington 
avenue. 

O'Boyle, John, 218 Railroad av. 

O'Boyle, J. J.. 244 Penn av. 

O'Boyle, John, 328 Third. 

O'Hara, John, 922 Scninton. 

O'Hara, M. & 8., 1.316 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 

O'Hara, Mary (Miss), 441 New. 

O'Malley, Bridget P. (Mrs.), 528 
Third! 

O'Malley, J., 610 Wvomiug a v. 

O'Mallev, John E , 'lS03 Jackson. 

O'Malley, J. J., 441 Railroad av. 

Oram, A., 504 S. Washington av. 

Palmer, O. V., 1504 N. Main av. 
Peirson, James M., 842 Capouse av. 



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Pen worth, J., ^IS S. Washiugtou a v. 

Phillips, T. W., 108 S. Hyde Park av. 

PIERCE, W. H., 110 and 112 Penn av. 
(see page 82). 

Price, F. P., 106 N. Main av. 

Quinn, G. W., 427 Penn avenue. 

Quinnan & Co., 536 Orchard. 

Rauschmayer, A,, 242 and 244 
Adams avenue. 

Reap, Mary E. (Mrs. j, 527 Hampton. 

Regan, J. E., 436 Railroad avenue. 

Reese, Richard M., Meridian. 

Reinhart's Market, 33 and 35 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Relph, A. B., 416 N. Seventh. 

Riley, D. F., 1019 Stone avenue. 

Rink, .John P., 913 Stone avenue. 

Rittenhouse, J. W., -309 ]Sr. Main av. 

ROOS, JOSEPH, 226 Franklin avenue. 

Roos, Samuel, 513 Pine. 

ROSAR, PETER, 724 and 726 Cedar 
avenue. 

Ross, F. F., 2727 N. Main avenue. 

Rosenberg, W. & Bro.,3o6 Penn av. 

Rowlands, Patrick, 332 Meridian. 

Rozell, E. C, 601 N. Washington a v. 

Ruane & Clark, 401 W. Market. 

SCHAFFER, A. R., 13.36 S. Washington 
avenue. 

Schoen, Helen (Mrs.), 1105 Jackson. 

Shubert, Henry, 429 S. Ninth. 

Schultz, George, 1514 Ash. 

Seamans, C. »S., 317 Penn avenue. 

Scranton Cash Store, 134 and 136 N. 
Washington avenue. 

Size, Hannah (Mrs.), 221 W. Mar- 

SMITH, JACOB K., 215 W. Market. 

SMITH, W. E. (Si CO., 1004 S. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

SMITH, W. T., 222 and 224 N. Main 
avenue. 

Smulanitz, Selah, 401 Emmet. 

Solomon, L., 301 First. 

Spencer, A. L., Green Ridge, cor. 
Dickson avenue. 

Stansbury Bros., 602 Court. 

Stanton, Eugene, 2505 N. Main av. 

Staugajts, Joseph, 924 Wyoming av. 

Stecher, I. E., 316 N. Washington 
avenue. 

Stevens, Ira H., 1440 Capouse a v. 

STOEBER, HENRY, 309 Fifth. 

Suravitz, N., 326 Penn avenue. 

Swartz, M., 401 S. Washington av. 

Swartz & Judkourcs, 330 S. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

Thomas, A. .J., 402 Webster avenue. 

THOMAS. DAVID, 81 Bellevue. 

THOMAS, MORGAN, 1126 Jackson. 

Thoma«, T. G., 205 and 207 Garfield 
avenue. 



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Thomas, W. R., 1511 Jackson. 

Thompson, George N., 328 and 
Meridian. 

Tompkins, J. M., 1311 Capouse av. 

Toohill, Michael, 901 Jackson. 

Tropp, Charles E. & Co., 245 Wyom- 
ing avenue. 

Turnbull, Isabel (Miss), 823 Capouse 
avenue. 

Vaughn, D. W., 127 Garfield av. 

Veisberger, Frank, 113 Hickory. 

Widmayer, Fred. J., 530 Lacka. av. 

Wallace, David (Mrs.), 224 Ninth. 

Walsh, Thomas H., 246 Railroad av. 

Watson, James K., 201 N. Mainav. 

Weir, Margaret (Mrs.), 316 Phelps. 

Weissmann, Jacob, 807 Irving av. 

WERNER, JOHN F., 1018 Stafibrd. 

WESTPFAHL, JOHN, 629 and 631 
Pittston avenue (ser page 16). 

Wetler, Henry, 427 Cedar avenue. 

White, K. (Mrs.), 521 Luzerne. 

Widmer, Christ, 1031 Beech. 

Williams, David T., 238 Mullein. 

Williams, D. & Co., 612 S. Main av. 

Williams, D. P. (Mrs.), 1621 Price. 

Williams, Thomas H., 1911 Jackson. 

Willis, R. W., 160 S. Seventh. 

Winter, Fred., H., 824 Capouse av. 

Witt, William, 629 Prospect av. 

Woyshner, & Co., 1112 Prospect av. 

YOUNG, HERMAN W., 221 Penn ave- 
nue (see page 111). 

Zang, Frederick, 420 Pranklin av. 

Zang, Frederick, 802 Pittston'av. 

Zurflieh, J. C, 517 Lackawanna av. 

Grrocers. 

[Wholesale.] 

ACKERMAN BROS., 4 Cliff. 

Beadle & Steell, Spruce, cor. Penn 

avenue. 
Gilmore & Duffy, 38 to 42 Lacka. av. 
Kelley, T. J. & Co., 14 Lacka. av. 
Megargel & Connell, 115 and 117 

Franklin avenue. 
Porter, John T., 26 and 28 Lacka- 
' wanna avenue. 
RICE, LEVY (Si CO., 30 Lackawanna 

avenue (see page 50). 
Ruddy, James E. & Co., 4 Lacka. av. 
Ruddy, M. M., 6 Lackawanna av. 
Scranton Cash Store (The), 134 and 

136 N. Washington avenue. 
Teal, E. E., 24 Lackawanna av. 
Wegman, C. D. & Co., 12 Lacka. av. 
Williams, J. T. & G. T., 702 and 704 

W. Lackawanna avenue. 



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Grun and Lock Smiths. 

BISBING, A. S., 1010 W. Lacka. av. 

Felton, George & Bro., Spruce, cor. 
Perm avenue. 

FLOREY & HOLT, 408 Spruce (see 
page 14). 

Gardner, J. N., 417 N. Sixth. 

Keller, George, 119 Penn avenue. 

Parker, E. R., 321 Spruce. 

Schlager, George W., 107 N. Wash- 
ington avenue. 

TISDEL, L. W., 118 Franklin avenue 
(see page 26). 

Gun and Pistol Mfrs. 

TISDEL, L. W., 118 Franklin avenue 
(see page 26). 

Hair Workers and Dealers. 

GROMEL, PETER P., 136 N. Main av. 
Hetsel, Eva M., 830 Lacka. avenue. 
Jewell, Sadie (Miss), specialist, 621 

Washington avenue. 
Konecry, T. V., 318 Lacka. avenue. 
Lisk, G. I)., 80] Spruce, cor. Penn 

avenue. 

Hanie Manufacturers. 

WILLIAMS, A, D., 443 Taylor avenue. 

Harness Makers and Dealers. 

Baxtholomew's, 123 Penn avenue. 
Detweiler. T. J., 1826 N. Main av. 
Fritz, G. W. 410 Lacka. avenue. 
Houser, E. B., Ill N. Main av. 
Jones & Shelly, (dealers), 511 Lacka. 

avenue. 
Keller & Harris, 117 Penn avenue. 
Scheuer, S. J. H., 606 Cedar av. 
Simrell, J. A. (dealers), 526 Spruce. 
Smith, J. H., 1539 Difkson avenue. 

Hardware and Cutlery 

Battin, Henry & Co., 126 Penn av. 
Beers, C. L., 301 N. Main avenue. 
Connell, W. P. -k Sons, 118 Penn av. 
COWLES, W. C, n)07 N. Main av. 
Diesing, August, 603 Prospect av. 
Doud, W. G. ct Co., 509 Lacka. av. 
FLOREY & HOLT, 408 Spruce (see 

page 14). 
Foster, S. M., 114 S. Main av. 
GREAT FOUR CENT STORE, (J. H. 

Ladwig, prop.), 310 Lackawanna 

avenue (see page 48). 



Gunster & Forsyth, 327 Penn av. 
Howley Bros., 338 and 340 Penn av. 
Hughes, R. J., 124 S. Main av. 
HUNT &L CONNELL CO., 432 and 434 

Lacka. av. (see inside front cover). 
Keller, George, 119 Penn avenue. 
LACKAWANNA HARDWARE CO., 221 

Lacka. av. and 222 and 224 Centre 

(see front col. p. xii.j. 
Leonard, B. E,. 514 Lacka. avenue. 
Leonard, Thomas F., 505 Lacka. av. 
MONIES, G. B. & A. C, 1542 Dickson 

avenue (see page 8). 
MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 

(see front col. p. vii.). 
Reese, S. M., HIS. Main avenue. 
SCHNEIDER BROS., 601 and 603 Cedar 

avenue. 
YOOS &L DOYLE, 124 N. Main av. 
ZIEGLER & SCHUMACHER, oOJ and 

503 Cedar avenue (see page 71). 

Hardwood Finishers. 

iSee Painters. I 

REYNOLDS, FREDERICK, 1723 and 
1725 Lafayette (see page 48). 

Hat Manufacturers. 

Mallott, P. J., Penn av., cor. Spruce. 



Hats and Caps. 

Brown, M., 224 Lackawanna av. 

Christian, Frank P., 205 Lacka. av. 

COLLINS & HACKETT, 220 Lacka. 
avenue (see top lines). 

CONRAD, LOUIS, 305 Lacka. av. 

Crane, Frank L., (wholesale), 324 
Lackawanna av. 

Dunn, Alex., jr., 112 Wyoming av. 

Globe Clothing Ilouse, 205 Penn av. 

Gallen, S. L., 137 and 139 Penn av. 

HOWE, IRVING H. & CO., 400 and 402 
Laclvawanna aveniie. 

Kramer Bros., 325 Lackawanna av. 

LAUER & MARKS, 321 and 323 Lacka- 
wanna avenue (eee page 58). 

Levi, C, 411 Penn avenue. 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 
(see front col. ]>. vii.). 

NEUFFER, CHARLES D.. 528 Lacka- 
wanna avenue. 

Posnor, A., 21 L;icka\sanna av. 

Rose, A., 223 Lackawanuu avenue. 

Samter, Bros., Lackawanna avenue, 
cor. Penn avenue. 

Williams, E. J. (estate), 213 W. 
Lackawanna a v. 



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Hay and Straw. 

Babcock, G. J. & Co., 116 Franklin 

avenue, and 202 and 206 Centre. 
Dryoe, Levi W. (bay, straw and 

grain), 328 Luzerne place. 
Freas, W. B. & Son, 9 East Market. 
Hull, J. L., 15 Lackawanna av. 
Jones, S. R. & Co., 234 N. Main av. 
Mock J. W., 916 Bircb. 
MONTGOMERY, H. & CO., 726 W. 

Lackawanna avenue. 
PROVIDENCE MILL CO., 2420 to 2428 

Amelia avenue (see page 12) 
Robbins, J. J., N. Eigbtb, cor. W. 

Lackawanna avenue. 
St. Amand, F. W., Lackawanna 

avenue, cor. Sixth. 

Heating Apparatns. 

MUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Hides and Tallow. 

HEWETT, F. H. & SON, 1123 Diamond 

avenne (see page 72). 

Hoisting Machinery. 

FINCH MANUFACTURING CO., W. 

Lackawanna av., N. Eightb and 
Swetland. 

Hollow Ware. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Horseslioers. 

(See also Blacksmiths.) 

ALTEMOSE, E. F., 341 Adams avenue 
(see page 2). 

BARTRON, PHILIP, 724 W. Lacka av. 

BLUME, WILLIAM &, SON, Dix court. 

BRIGHT, WILLIAM, 1716 and 1718 X. 
Main avenue. 

Busb, Nicholas, 1145 Luzerne. 

Corcoran, P. J., 402 W. Market. 

Davie, Samuel, 1720 N. Main av. 

DECKER, F. M., 1114 and 1116 Lafay- 
ette (see page 28). 

DECKER W. H., 311 N. Hyde Parkav. 

Dunn, G. W., 410 and 412 Linden. 

Edginton, George, 604 VV. Lacka. 
avenue. 

Gilhool, J. H., 217 and 219 Raymond 
Court. 

Gordon, P. F., 317 Green. 



Gould, A. R. and Son, 415 to 421 

Linden. 
Grady & Bowie, 421 Spruce. 
Green, A. B., 526 Green Ridge. 
Hamill & Larkin, 1011 W. Lacka. 

avenue. 
Helreigle, O. L., 347 Locust. 
Hildebrand, H. W. 412 N. Seventh. 
Jordan, Marwood, 312 and 314 Vine. 
Kann, Henry, 406 Eynon. 
KELLER, M. t., 315 Adams avenue 

(see page 77). 
Lavelle, John T., 1412 Cedar av. 
Love, William, 1706 N. Main av. 
Luers & Dorfman, 237 and 239 Ray- 
mond Court. 
MACK &, McLEAM, Capouse av., cor. 

Gibson (see page 24). 
Mackreth, George, 1015 Washburn. 
MofFatt, James, W. Market, corner 

Brick avenue. 
ROSS W. F., 227 Oakford court (see 

page 41). 
St. John, W. A., 310 Linden. 
Schnell, A. J., 328 Penn avenue. 
SOMMERS J. C, 1261 Provikence road 

(see page 15). 
Stackhouse, John, Wright Court. 
Tompkins, Marritt, 1310 Sanderson 

avenue. 
Weyandt, F., 331 Dix Court. 
Yeager, Arthur B., 116 S. Bromley 

avenue. 



Horseshoes. 

(Wholesale.) 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. [see inside front cover]. 



Hospitals. 

Lackawanna Hospital, Franklin av. 

cor. Mulberry. 
TAYLOR MOSES, HOSPITAL, Quincy 

avenue, cor. Pine. 
VETERINARY HOSPITAL, (C. W. 

Adams, prop.), 124 Linden. 



Hot Air Flirnaces. 



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Mcknight geo. m., 112 n. 

Park avenue (see page 78). 
Maxwell, George F., 324 Penn av. 
MONIES G. B. & A. C, 1542 Dickson 

avenue (see pege 8). 
SLACK, C. P., 1548 Dickson avenue 

(see page 34). 



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Hotels. 

Arlington Hotel (J. F. Cummiogs, 

prop.), 608 W. Lackawanna av. 
ASSEMBLY HOTEL (Ketrick & Kill- 
martin, props.), 316 Linden. 
Bristol House (George W. Mabey, 

prop.),W. Market cor. N. Main av. 
Campbell House, The, (Andrew C. 

Campbell, prop.), 424 Lacka. av. 
Carpenter House, The, (O. Carpen- 

ter,prop.). Spruce cor. Franklin av. 
Church's Hotel (C. C. Martin, prop.). 

1339 N. Main avenue. 
City Hotel (J. K. Jones, prop.), 109 

Penn avenue. 
COYNE HOUSE (P. H. Coyne, prop.), 

Penn av., cor. Lacka. ave. 
Davies, D. M.. 320 Centre. 
Driving Park Hotel, Agricultural 

Grounds. 
DURR'S HOTEL (Fred. Durr, prop.), 

313 Lacka. av. (see page 52). 
Erie and Wyoming Hotel (A. L. 

Martin, prop.), 702 N. Washington 

avenue. 
European Hotel (A, Ferdinando, 

prop.), 129 Penn avenue. 
FAIRCHILD'S HOTEL (E, J. Smith, 

prop.), 129 S. Main avenue. 
Farmer's Hotel, 707 W. Market. 
Forest House (G. F. Jacobus, prop.), 

Wyomsng av., cor. Spruce. 
GLOBE HOTEL (Fahey & Dougherty, 

props.), 229 and 231 Wyoming av. 
Grand Central Hotel (J. J. Drury, 

prop.), 214 Lackawanna avenue. 
Green Ridge Hotel (John Horn, 

prop.), 1536 Dickson avenue. 
Horn's Hotel (E. J. Horn, prop.), 

122 and 124 Franklin avenue. 
Hotel Callahan (P. F. Callahan, 

prop.), 302 Lackawanna avenue. 
Hotel St. Denis, The, (George S. 

Brock, prop.), 232 Lackawanna av. 
Hub, The, (Thomas J. Lane, prop.), 

220 Spruce. 
HUGHES HOTEL (Joseph E. Hughes, 

prop.), 112 N. Main avenue. 
Jackson House (Loreuz Zeidler, 

prop.), 112 Franklin avenue. 
JERSEY HOTEL (Benney c<t Co., 

props.), 115 Penn avenue. 
Lackawanna House.The, (John Loh- 

man, prop.), 219 Lackawanna av. 
LACKAWANNA VALLEY HOUSE (F. 

S. Godfrey, prop.i, Lacka. av., 

cor. Franklin av. 
MARTIN'S HOTEL (F. W. Martin, 

prop.), 2.35 Penn avenue. 
Merchants' Hotel (McGovern Bros., 

prop.), 218 Lackawanna avenue. 



O'Malley House, 316 W. Market. 
PALENTINE HOTEL iJohn Laybourn, 

prop.), Amelia, cor. Race. 
REILLY, M. F., 226 Lackawanna a v. 

(see page 52). 
Roma Hotel (James A. Cassesee, 

prop.), 103 Lackawanna avenue 
Rosen, John, 609 and 611 Cedar av 
Ross Hotel (Peter Ross, prop.), 902 

W. Lackawanna avenue. 
Scranton House (Victor Koch, prop.), 

206 to 210 Lackawanna av. 
SEWARD HOUSE (F. M. Smith, 

prop.), 615 Green Ridge. 
ST. CHARLES HOTEL (M. J. Keogh, 

& Bro., props.), 128 and 130 Penn 

avenue. 
ST. CLOUD HOTEL (P. P. Jordan, 

prop.). 252 Wyoming avenue. 
ST, JAMES HOTEL (W. T. Jenkins, 

prop.), 105 Lacka. av. (see p. 52). 
Union Hotel (T. McCormick, prop.), 

Chestnut, cor. W. Lacka. av. 
United States Hotel (T. W. Knowles, 

prop.), 447 Penn av. 
Weichel, Fred, 401 Cedar av. 
Weichel, Frederick, jr.. Ill Wyom- 
ing avenue. 
WEICHEL HOTEL (Charles J. P. 

Weichel, prop.), 236 Penn av. 
Wenzel's Hotel (Wenzel Bros., 

props.), 712 W. Lackawanna av. 
WEST SIDE HOTEL (J. G. Jones, 

prop.), 501 Bromlev avenue. 
WESTMINSTER (THE) (C. Truman, 

prop.), 217 to 221 Wyoming a v. 
Whyte's Hotel (J. M. Ferguson, 

prop.), 130 Franklin av. 
Wyoming, The (F. R. White, 

prop.), Lacka. av., cor. Wy. av. 
Zenke's Hotel (Albert Zenke, prop.), 

213 Penn av. 



House Furiiishiiig Goods. 

Coursen, Clemous & Co., Lim., 422 

Lackawanna ave. 
Foote & Shear, 521 Lackawanna av. 
GREAT FOUR CENT STORE (J. H. 

Lad wig, prop.), 310 Lackawanna 

avenue (see page 48). 
HARDING, J. L., 315 Lackawanna av. 
KING, J. C, (second hand), 1024 and 

1026 Jackson. 
Helluer, Fred, 121 River. • 
KING J. C, (second hand) 1024 and 

1026 Jackson 
Lawler, James J., 247 Wj'oming av. 
STRONG. A. E.. 320 and 322 Penn av. 
Surdam, M. C, 133 Penn avenue 

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Wool worth & Co., 319 Lackawanna 
avenue and 125 Penn av. 



Housekeepers' Utensils. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



House Movers. 

BARBER, I. T., 1206 Thompson (see 
page 72). 

Hoyt's Leather Belting. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Ice Cream Freszers. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Ice Cream Mfrs. 

Gilroy, P. J., 419 Luzerne. 
WILLIAMS, J. D. &, BRO., 314 Lacka- 
wanna avenue (see page 44). 

• Ice Cream Parlors. 

[See also Confectionery.] 

Clarke Bros., 114 & 116 N. Main av. 
Dale, William, 129 W. Market. 
Davis, Owen, 232 N. Main avenue. 
DAVIS, ROGER, 508 S. Main avenue. 
Hengler, Henry, 434 Lacka. av. 
Herbine, William I., 124 W Market 
HUNTINGTON, J. C, 227 N. Washing- 
ton avenue. 
Jones, W D, 308 S Main avenue 
Stull. Mary (Mrs), 123 W Market 
Tunstall, John, 217 Penn avenue. 
Williams, J D, 308 N Washington av 
WILLIAMS, J D &, BRO, 314 Lacka av 
and 112 S Main avenue (see page 
44). 

Ice Dealers. 



CO (THE), (John 

428 Deacon (see 



BIRD'S EYE ICE 

Griffin, prop.), 

page 8). 
CONSUMERS' ICE CO, Adams av, cor 

Ash (see front cover) 
Pocono Ice Co, 400 Lackawanna av 
STORR, CHRISTIAN, 615 Cedar av 
Thauer, Bernard, 2002 Ash 



Illustrated War Books. 

MOODY, P 0, (Frank Leslie's famous 
old war pictures) 306 Franklin av 
(see page 65) 

Imported Cement. 

KELLER, LUTHER, 813 W Lacka av 

(see front cover) 

Incorporated Societies. 

PERSEVERANCE CLUB, Coal Ex- 
change 

Infants' Clothing Manfrs. 

Fish, E. A., 510 Spruce 

Installment Goods. 

Barbour's Home Credit House, 425 

Lackawanna av. 
CONWAY MANUFACTURING CO, (T J 

Conway, prop), 227 Lacka av 
FARR &, CO, 410 N Main avenue 
Lawler, James J.. 247 Wyoming av 
Perry, John T., 614 Adams av. 

Intelligence Office. 

(See Employment Bni-eaus.) 

Institutes. 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE, 809 Linden (see 

page 38) 
KEELEY INSTITUTE [THE], 726 and 

728 Madison av [see front cover] 

Insurance Agents. 

Belin, Henry, jr. (fire), 118 Wyom- 
ing av. 

Birdsall G. H. (fire), 7 Coal Exch. 

Boland C. G., (life), 229 N. Washing- 
ton ave. 

Boland, C. G. & Co. (gen'l ins.), 229 
N. Washington av. 

BOURNE & DURHAM, [room 1] Li- 
brary Bldg (Michigan Mutual Life 
Detroit Accident, Standard Life 
and accident), (see page 99) 

Bryden, A. L. (life), 201 Wyoming 
avenue. 

Burke, W. J., room 7 Library B'Jdg. 

Callender, Sam N., 8 and 9 Dime 
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Conrad, A & S (life, fire 

dent), 201 Peim av 
Dean & Brandt, 119 Wyoming av 
Duggan, W B (life), Penn av, cor 

Spruca 
Dusenbury, John W, S Coal Ex- 
change 
Edwards, Fred W, 27 Common- 
wealth Building 
EVANS, DANIEL J, (life and fire), 126 

N Main avenue 
Eyans, Janaes D, (fire and accident), 

211 Wyoming avenue. 
Fuller, Chas & Co, 134 Wyoming av 
GRIER, J W, 306 N Washington av 
HITCHCOCK, ARTHUR, (room 3), Li- 
brary Building 
Hitchcock, F L, (life), 431 Lacka 

avenue 
Howell, John J, 1824 Wayae av 
KIELTY, P F, 306 N Washington av 
Kiesel, Wm F, (fire), 515 Lacka av 
Kirkpatrick, C W Commonwealth 

Building 
Luce, R W & Son, 421 Lacka av 
Miller, G W, 1906 N Main avenue 
MORGAN, D P, 306 N Washington av 
Norman & Moore, 120 Wyoming av 
Paine, H E & Son, (fire and acci- 
dent), 25 Coal Exchange 
Parkins, R B, (Room 23) Library 

Building 
Phillips & Holmes, (fire), 201 Wyo- 
ming avenue 
QUINLIN, W E, 306 N Washington av 
REPLOGLE, D B, 408 Spruce 
Rice, C L. (life), 4 Coal Exchange 
Robertson & Hitchcock, (fire), 431 

Lacka avenue. 
Robling, Peter, 822 Cedar avenue 
SCHADT, C H & BRO, (room 2) Li- 
brary Building 
SCHUBERT, H J, 306 N Washington 

avenue 
Scranton Underwriters' Association, 

Commonwealth Building 
Smith & Morris, 1.34 Wyoming av 
Stockwell, U. G. (life), 316 Lacka av 
Wagstaff, A. S. (life), 215 Wyoming 

avenue 
Walton, H. M., IS Commonwealth 

Buildiug 
Weave, George L. (life and accident) 

211 Wj^oming a.\enue. 
WILLIAMS, L P, (room 15) Postotfice 

Building (see page 45) 
AVelsh, W. J. (life), 514 Spruce 

Insurance Companies. 

Cambrian Mutual Fire Insurance 
Co., 126 N Main ayenue 



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Mursch, Frederick, Birch cor Pitts- 
ton avenue 

SANT'S IRON FENCE CO., 1602 to 1608 
Jackson. 

Iron Founders. 

FINCH MANUFACTURING CO, W. 

Lacka av, N Eighth, and Swet- 
land 

NOVELTY IRON WORKS, 136 Wyom- 
ing avenne (see front col p v) 

Robinson & Pearce, 123 Green Ridge 



Iron Pipe and Fittings. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover"). 



Iron Railing Mfr. 

SANT'S IRON FENCE CO, 1602 to 1608 
Jackson 



Iron and Steel Dealers. 

Bittenbender & Co., 126 and 128 
Franklin avenue 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Jewelers. 

[See "Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.] 

Junk Dealers. 

Grass, Alexander, Penn av cor Vine 
Moody & Gould Co (Lim), Seventh 
PORTER, T H & BRO, 817 and 819 W 
Lackawanna ay (see page 24) 

Key Fitting. 

BISING, A S, 1010 W Laclia av 

Knitting Goods Mfrs. 

Scranton Knitting Co (The), 421 
Lackawanna avenue 

Knowles Pumps. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



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Lace Curtain Mfrs. 

Scran ton Lace Curtain Manufactur- 
ing Co (The), Glen, cor Meylert 
avenue 



Ladies' Barbers. 

[See Hair Workers and Dealers.] 

Ladies' (xarment Cutter. 

TRIPP, M A (MRS), 434 Adams ave- 
nue (see page 3) 

Lamp Mfrs. 

Am Safety Lamp and Supply Co, 

1321 to 1335 Capouse avenue 
Hughes, W S, 420 N Main ave 
Scranton Brass Works, (James M 
Everhart, prop), 28 Cliflf 

Lamps and Chandeliers. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Land Companies. 

[See also Real Estate Agents.] 

MEADOW BROOK LAND CO, 118 

Wyoming av (see front col p iv) 
SCHOONMAKER & HAND, (Elmhurst 
real estate), (7) Commonwealth 
Building (see front col p iii) 

Laundries. 

Am, How, Post Office Building 
ENTERPRISE STEAM LAUNDRY (T 
H Pittack, prop), 1417 Ash (see 



page 4) 

;uR" 



EUREKA LAUNDRY CO, Linden, cor 

Adams av (see front cover) 
KEYSTONE STEAM LAUNDRY (J C 

Highriter, prop), 317 and 319 

Lackawanna avenue. 
LACKAWANNA STEAM LAUNDRY (A 

B Warman, prop), 808 Penn av 

(see advt on map) 
Lee, Sam, 605 Cedar avenue 
Sing, Charlie, 1911 Wayne avenue 
Wah, Cam, Wayne, cor School 
Wah, Wing, 1017 Scranton 
West Side Steam Laundry, (Loftus 

& Co, props) , 1026 W Lacka av 
Wing, Lee, 219 Spruce 



Leather and Findings. 

Bushnell, W C, 119 Wyoming av 
Gernon & Co, 229 Spruce 
Lewton, William, 218 Linden 
MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence 

square (see front col. p. vii.), 
Williams, Samuel, 426 Spruce 

Leviathan Belting. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Lime Burners. 

HASLAM LIME CO (oyster shell), 118 

Cliff (see front col page viii). 
KELLER LUTHER, 813 W Lacka av 

(see front cover) 

Lime, Cement and Plaster. 

HASLAM LIME CO, 118 Cliff (see front 
col p viii) 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

KELLER LUTHER, 813 W Lacka av 
(see front cover) 

MULLEY AMBROSE, Providence sq 
(see front col p vii) 

PARAGON PLASTER AND SUPPLY CO 
(THE), 521 Green Ridge (see top 
lines) 

Liquors and Wines. 

(Retail ) 

Anthony, B B, 414 N Main av 
BACKUS GEORGE E, 225 N Wash- 
ington avenue 
Bambach, Christina (Mrs) 1002 

John 
Bartkowski, Jacob, 313 Elm 
Beidner, Fred, 440 Williams 
BENNEY & CO, 115 Penn avenue 
Best, James F, 308 Cedar avenue 
Bird, Martin, 310 Spruce 
BLATTER JOHN, 507 Lackawanna av 
Blazys, Vincent, 316 Penn avenue 
Brennan, William, 323 Penn av 
Brock, George S, 232 Lacka av 
Brock, T H, Penn av, cor Linden 
Brown, J N, 301 Penn avenue 
Burke, M J , 1000 Providence road 
Callahan Bro, 2124 Luzerne 
CALLAHAN JAMES J, 441 Penn av 
Callahan, P F, 302 Lacka avenue 
Campbell, Andrew C, 424 Lacka av 
Canavan, Patrick, 311 Prospect av 



No Goods at R?tail 



GEO. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Jewelers, 

3T & 28 Coa.1 K:jcclaa.n.ge. 



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Carpenter, O, Spruce, cor Frankliu 

avenue 
CARROLL THOMAS, 1624 Luzerne 
CAWLEY THOMAS W, 157 S Seventh 
Chappell, Henry, 116 W Market 
Clark & White," 118 West Market 
CONWAY P J, 134 Penn av (see p 81) 
Cosgrove, Thomas F, 1.50 N Main 

avenue 
COYNE HOUSE (F H Coyne, prop), 

Penn av cor Laeka av 
Crossen & Joseph, 1018 W Lacka av 
CULKIN BRIDGET, 906 Capouse av " 
Cumming's, J F, 608 VV Lacka av 
CUMMINGS JAMES F, 703 S Main av 
CURRAN P J, 339 New 
CUSICK 0WEN,426 Lackawanna av 
Cusick, Wm H, 707 W Market 
Davis, B J, 2716 N Main avenue 
Davies, D M, 320 Centre 
DAVIS JOHN B, 66 Bellevue 
Deekelniek, Wm, 1144 Luzerne 
Demuth Jacob, 607 Pittston avenue 
Dennebaum, Anton, 1111 Jackson 
Diller, H G, 309 and 311 Penn av 
Donnelly, Patrick, 620 Beech 
Drury, joliu J, 214 Lackawanna av 
DURR FREDERICK, 313 Lackawanna 

avenue. (See p 52.) 
Dwyer, William, 342 S Wash av 
Edwards, John E, 604 S Main av 
Evans, Arthur M, 1610 Washburn 
Fahey, M J, 303 N Main av 
Fahey & Dougherty, 229 and 231 

Wyoming av 
FAIRFIELD WILLIAM, 845 Capouse av 
Ferdinando, A, 129 Penn av 
Ferguson, J M, 130 Franklin av 
FICKUS CHRISTIAN, 720 Cedar av 
Gallagher, J S, 1816 Jackaon 
Gallagher, M H, 1102 S Wash av 
GANZ NICHOLAS, 1029 S Washington 

avenue 
Garrity, T, 556 Emmet 
Gelbert Charles S, 1210 S Wash av 
Gettings, James J, 302 N Main av 
Gibney, P, 306 Fiflh av 
Gill bride, M J, 106 Eyuou 
GILGALLON P H, 312 and 314 Spruce 

(see page (itS) 
GOLDEN JAMES, 1819 Brick avenue 
Golden, Patrick. 502 Luzerne 
Golden, P H. 342 West Market 
Gratr, Philip, 928 S Washington av 
Grambo, Frank, 1008 Pittston av 
Ham, Joseph, 1001 Cross 
Harris, Jacob, 422 S Washington av 
HARTMANN JACOB J, 801 Cedar av 
Hartnett, James J, S64 Capouse av 
HENNEMUTH JOHN, 331 Penn av 
Hickey, P J, 513 Pittston av 
Hilderman, W, 517 Lackawanna av 



Honeyagers, Charles, 629 and 631 

Prospect av 
Honeyager, C F, 633 Prospect av 
Honeyager & GiUispie. 522 Lacka av 
Horn, E J, 122 and 124 Franklin av 
Hubbart, Alonzo, 1328 S Wash av 
HUESTER CHARLES, 815 Cedar av 
Hughes Bros, 245 Penn av 
HUGHES JOSEPH E, 112 N Main av 
Imeidopf and Burger, .345 Penn av 
Jervis, William, 1837 N Main av 
Jones, J D, 31 Lackawanna av 
Jones, J K, 109 Penn av 
JONES JOHN T, 501 Bromley av 
Jones Lewis E, 134 N Main av 
JONES MARY (Mrs), 1602 Washburn 
JONES THOMAS, Williams, cor 

Wayne avenue 
JORDAN P P, 252 Wyoming avenve 
KAESTNER CHARLES. 514 and 516 

Cedar avt-nue 
Kearney & Cannon, 1725 and 1727 

Jackson 
Kehner, Peter, 410 Pittston avenue 
KEIB PETER, 722 Pittston avenue 
KELLERMAN CHRISTIAN, 919 Pros- 
pect avenue 
Kellev & Casev, 8 Lackawanna av 
Kelly, John, 223 VV. Market 
KELLY JOHN R, 902 Capouse av 
KENNEDY JOHN, 344 S Washington 

avenue 
KETRICK 8l KILLMARTIN,316 Linden 
KIRST CHARLES, 1101 Cedar av 
KIMMICK CHARLES, 1121 Swetland 
KLEIN CHRISTIAN, 1024 Pittston av 
Koch, Daniel, 1424 Lafayette 
Kraemer, J. P, 1012 Prospect aA^ 
Lane, Thomas J, 220 Spruce 
LAUBSCHER HENRY, 826 Pittston av 
LAYBOURN JOHN, Amelia, cor Race 
Leibig, J F, 433 Penn avenue 
Leonard, M J, 113 W Market 
Loftus, Edward J, 306 W Market 
LOHMANN JOHN, 219 Lacka av 
Lohmann, Louis, 325 Spruce 
Long, John, 1029 Prescott avenue 
Luethner,Bernhardt,822 Capouse av 
Lymer, James, 1834 N Main av 
McAndrews, Anthouj-, 204 N Main 

avenue 
McCloskey, Adam, 404 S Washing- 
ton avenue 
McDermott, Bernard, 1939 Jackson 
McDonnell, James C, 901 Capouse av 
McDonougli, Thomas, 142!t Pittston 
avenue 

Mcdonough t f, 903 scrauton 

McGovern Bros, 218 Lacka av 
McHugh & Mangan, 108 N INIaiu av 
Mabey, George W, W Market cor 
Main avenue 



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Majernyik, John, Hickory cor S 

Wyoming avenue 
Maugan, F J, 226 Fifth avenue 
Martin, A L, 702 N Washington av 
MARTIN C C. 1339 N Main av 
MARTIN F W, 235 Penn avenue 
May, Martin, 401 Prospect avenue 
MECHLER FRANK, 1319 Ash 
Melvin, F C, 122 Penn avenue 
MILLER C H, Penn av, cor Spruce 
Miller, Fred, jr, 702 Pittston avenue 
Mirtz, Charles, 415 Cedar avenue 
Mirtz, George, 531 Cedar avenue 
MOELLER FRANK, 1403 Prospect av 

(see page 63) 
Morris, M V, 1827 N Main avenue 
MORRIS J J, 220 W Market 
Muldoon, M (Mrs), 1228 S Washing- 
ton av 
MURRAN LUKE, 916 S Washington av 
Myer, Emil, 621 Beech 
Nary, Dennis, 1777 Oak 
Natter Michael, 423 and 42-5 Alder 
Nealon, W J, 305 Prospect avenue 
Nicholas, Sossong, 1028 Prospect av 
Noth acker, Napoleon, 105 Wyom- 
ing avenue 
O'Bovle, P J, 36 Lackawanna av 
O'CONNOR D A, 149 Robinson 
O'Donnell, A P, 1804 Brick avenue 
O'DONNELL P J, 711 Scranton 
O'Hara, Michael, 534 Lacka av 
O'Hara, M J, 1429 Prospect ave 
O'Malley, A, 306 W Market 
Oram, Ignatz, 504 S Washington av 
PANDEN J J, 465 Phelps 
REAGAN & FLYNN, 343 W Market 
Rehner, A J, 529 Prospect avenue 
Rempe, August C, 412 Cedar ave 
Rempe, Frank, 1132 Cedar av 
REILLY M F, 226 Lacka av (see p 52 
Richardson, H R, 1835 N Main av 
RICHARDS THOMAS E, 240 N Main av 
Ringsdorf, Samuel, 413 Penn av 
Rinsland, Philip, 130 N Main av 
ROBB W J, 211 Lackawanna avenue ! 
Roche Bros, 801 Capouse av ' 

Roche. John C, 824 Capouse av 
Roche & Fadden, 9 Lack av 
Roma Hotel (Jos A Cassese, prop), 

103 Lack av 
Rosar, Peter, 716 W Lack av 
Rosen, John, 609 and 611 Cedar av 
ROYAL OAK (Ginzell & Pfeiffer, 

props), 223 Penn avenue 
Rudewick, J, 419 S Wyoming av 
Rush, E T, 701 Scranton 
ST JAMES HOTEL (W T Jenkins, 
prop), 105 Lacka av (see page 52) 
Schimpff, August, 502 Cedar av 
Schnell, Philip, 626 W Lack av 
Schrieber, Jacob, 601 Pittston av i 



Schneider, Joseph, 726 Beech 
SMALLRIDGE WM H. 846 Capouse av 
Smiih, B E & Co, 1035 Jackson 
SMITH E J, 129 S Main avenue 
Sontag, Caroline (Mrs), 418 S Wash- 
ington av 
STERN WEIGANT, 1807 Price 
Stetter, Frank, 118 N Main av 
Stevenson, Alexander, 371 Bromley 

avenue 
Taylor, P F, 1117 Jackson 
Thauer, Bernard, 2002 Ash 
Thomas, Simon, 409 N Main av 
Thompson. Frank & Co, 18 Lack av 
Tierney, D N (Mrs), 520 Lack av 
Wagner, John Jr, 607 Hampton 
Walsh, Richard, 619 Scranton 
Wayshner & Co, 1112 Prospect av 
Weichel, Abraham, 602 and 604 Ce- 
dar av 
WEICHEL CHARLES J P, 2.36 Penn av 
Weichel Fred, 401 Cedar avenue . 
Weichel, Frederick, Jr, 111 Wyo- 
ming avenue 
Wenzels Bros, 712 W Lacka avenue 
Westhouser, S (Miss), 1626 Ash 
WHITE GEORGE N, 800 S Main av 
Williams, Thomas. 601 S Main av 
Wills & Higgins, 480 Lacka avenue 
Wright, Michael J, 123 N Main av 
Wuench, George, 1032 W Lacka av 
Yuske, William, 1024 W Lacka av 
'Zeidler Lorenz, 112 Franklin av 
Zenke, Albert, 213 Penn av 
ZIEGLER PETER, 327 Lacka av 
ZIMMERLI JOSEPH, 110 S Mam av 

Liquor Dealers' 

(Wholesale.) 

Casey Bros, 216 Lacka av 
GILGALLON P H, 312 and 314 Spruce 

(see page 68) 
Kelly, William, 16 Lacka av 
Miller, G A, 434 Cedar av 
Rarrick, F G, 1401 Sanderson av 
Schwartzkopf, Morris, 243 Penn av 
Thompson, Frank & Co, 18 Lacka 

avenue. 
WALSH E J, 32 Laciiawanna av (see 

front cover) 
Weichel & Holtham, 234 Penn av 



Lithographers. 

SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, 229 

Washington av (see page 64) 



Livery Stables. 

(See Stables.) 



For Plans and Specifica ions 
Call on 



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Lock Manufacturers. 

Automatic Sash Lock Co, 2-i Li- 
brary Building 

Locksmiths. i 

(Hee Gun and J^ocksrniths ) 

Lumber Dealers. 

Ansley, Joseph & Son, 801 Scranton 
BENORE JOHN & SON, 710 to 716 j 

Scranton 
Chapman & Hull (wholesale;, 225 j 

N Washington av 
COMMONWEALTH LUMBER CO, (22) 

Commonwealth Bldg (See back : 

cover) ' 

DAVIS BERTON E., Nay Aug av cor | 

Green Ridge (see page 18) l 

Finn, Ezra & Son, 524 Olive I 

GETZ CHARLES, 811 Prospect av 
Green Ridge Lumber Co, 515 to 521 

Green Ridge 
HAUPT LUMBER CO, wholesale (6) 

Dime Bank Bldg 

Mcdonough wm, isoe to isio stone 

av 
Mason <t Snowdon, Diamond, cor 

Wood 
Mulheriu & Judge, 1401 to 1441 

Remington av 
Peck Lumber Co, 101 to 111 Market 
Price & Howarth, 1001 to 1025 N 

Washington av 
RICHARDS LUMBER CO, (22 and 23) 

Commonwealth Bldg ; 

SPRUKS BROS, 519 to 529 Alder \ 

SWARTZ LUMBER CO, (8 and 9) Dime ! 

Bank Bidtr 



Lumber and Timber Manu- 
facturers. 

COMMONWEALTH LUMBER CO. (22) 
Commonwealth Bldg isee back | 
cover) 

Machinery Supplies. 

SCOTT C B, 119 Franklin avenue 

Machinists and Machinery I 
Manufacturers. I 

Dickson Manfg Co, Peuu av, cor i 
Vine 



FINCH MANUFACTURING CO., W. 

Lackawanna av., N. Eighth and 

Swetland. 
FLOREY & HOLT, (lif^ht repairing), 

408 Spruce (see page 14). 
ROBINSON & PEARCE, 123 Green 

Ridge 
Scranton Supply and Machinery Co, 

The, (dealers), 131 Wyoming av 

Magnesia Steam Pipe and 
Boiler Coverings. 

Macon & Co (Thomas F Horney, 
mgr), 321 Center 

Manicurists. 

Burdick, H E, 206 Adams av 



Mantels. 

Gray, W A, 320 N Washington av 
Howley Bros, 338 and 340 Penn av 
KNAUSS FRANK T, (wood) 516Penn av 

Manufacturers' Agent. 

Dickson, George L & Co, 136 Wy- 
oming av 
KINGSBURY H A, 313 Spruce 

Manufacturers' Supplies. 

KINGSBURY H A, 313 Spruce 
SCOTT C B. 119 Franklin av 



Marble Workers and Dealer. 

[See also Granite and Marble.] 

Lehr, Fred, 1826 Sanderson av 
McSHERRY D & CO, 704 and 706 N 

Washington av (see back col p A) 

Masons' Building Materials. 

[See also Lumber also Hardware.] 

ASWELL JOHN. 301 Tenth cor Oxford 
KELLER LUTHER. 813 W Lack ave 

I see front (.'Oven 

MULDOON &L BOWE, Penn av cor Pop- 
lar (see ])atfe 10) 

PARAGON PLASTER AND SUPPLY CO. 
521 Green Ridge (see top lines) 

Schroeder, Conrad, 36 and 38 Com- 
monwealth Bldg 

STIPP PETER, 520 Spruce {see p 32) 



Fine Clothing, Popular Prices, at COLLINS & HACKETT'S 

220 Lackawanna Avenue. 



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SYKES SAM, 1235 Penn av (see p 74) 



Masons and Builders. 

[See also Contractors.] 

ASWELL JOHN, 301 Tenth cor Oxford 
A8WELL R F, 1116 Rock 
Camin, Charles, (stone), 937 N Ir- 
ving av 
Flannagan, John, 1008 Hampton 
GRAY JOHN H, 1014 Luzerne (see p 20) 
Griffin, W H, 639 E Market 
Hardwick, Henry, 336 New York 
HENDERSON ALBERT, (plastering) 

100 Marion 
HENERY ANTHONY, Summit av cor 

Farview 
Holly, Ira B, 711 Court 
Hughes, Edwin G, 232 S Main av 
JACKE RAYMOND, 319 Birch 
Kelley, Michael, 2435 Pittston av 
Leonard, Wm, 531 Market 
McQueeney, Michael, 1736 Perry av 
Maier, Julius, 625 Willow 
Manwater, Anthonv, 919 Scranton 
MARKWICK BROS, 1427 Luzerne and 

433 Fourteenth (see p 18) 
MULDOON & BOWE, Penn av cor Pop- 
lar (see p 10) 
Nolan, Michael, 224 Railroad av 
PHILIPP MAX, 415 Alder (see p 98) 
Robbins, E B, 1817 Nay Aug av 
Ruddy Michael, 1608 Cedar av. 
Schroeder, Conrad, (36 and 38) Com- 
monwealth bldg 
Smith & Rymer, 1123 Meade and 

428 Eighth 
STIFF PETER, 520 Spruce (see p 32) 
SYKES SAM, 1235 Penn av (see p 74) 
Wagner, George J, (stone), 1414 Ash 
WILLIAMS DAVID Y, 117 Garfield av 

(see p 20) 
WILLIAMS W R, 314 S Main av 
WILLIAMS W W, 200 High School (see 
p90) 



Mattress Mfrs. 

BENTON, J. L., 331 Adams avenue 

[see back cover]. 
SCRANTON BEDDING CO (THE), 602 

and 604 Lack ave (see front col p vi) 



Meat Cutter Mfrs. 

BILLINGHAM P & CO, 1238 S Clinton 
av, Trenton' N J. (see front col p 
viii) 



Meat Markets. 

AKERLEY S E, 1916 N Main av (see 

p 46) 
Ambrust, John, 324 Cedar av 
Ambrust, J F, 219 Penn av 
Armstrong, J H, 120 W Market 
Arnold, John, 615 Pittston av 
AYLSWORTH F M, 322 Linden (see 

p 23) 
Bedan E, 1719 Jackson 
Be vans, H, 345 Adams av 
Breckstin, H B, 336 S Washn ave 
Brown, J H, 29 Lack av 
Browning, H A, 310 N Washn av 
CANFIELD F L, 417 N Irving av (see 

p 108) 
Carr, T E & Son, 213 and 215 Wash- 
ington av 
Coggans Bros, 425 Fifth av 
Cornish, William, 816 Capouse av 
Craver, W B, 1025 Jackson 
Cullen, Robert, 1307 Penn av 
Davis, W B, 56 Bellevue 
Davies & Davies, 318 Lincoln av 
Devine, James, 333 Penn av 
EILENBER6ER H H, 114 W Market 

(see p 109) 
FINN M H, Wood cor Diamond av 
FLYNN MICHAEL, 1718 Brick av 
Getz, Lewis,. 718 W Lack av 
Gibson, John P, 312 Prospect av 
Gilroy, William, 905 Capouse av 
Griffls, D L, 2401 N Main av 
GUTHERING STEPHEN, 518 and 520 

Cedar ave 
Hazzard, F C, 1546 Dickson av 
HILDEBRAND JUSTUS J, 610 and 612 

Cedar av 
Hilgret & Knapp, 417 N Main av 
Hoffmeister, Jacob, 723 Pittston av 
Hornbaker, G W, 1538 Dickson av 
Immerschied, M, 725 Hampton 
JACKSON H T, 124 Oak (see p 11) 
JAMES JOHN W, Bellevue cor Ave D 
Jenny, Casper, 416 S Washington av 
Johnston,Archbald, 1439 Capouse av 
Johnsen, C & M, 1102 Pittston av 
Jones, Margaret, 605 S Main av 
Joyce, P W, 314 Third 
Keenan, Hurburt J, 303 Prospect av 
KLINE CHAS, 120 W Market 
Kohn, L, 425 Penn av 
Kraemer, G P, 607 Cedar av 
LEONARD T J, 1667 Reiser av 
Leucht, Charles, 118 Franklin av 
Lisk, Gideon, 1250 Thompson 
Lynn, M H, 1412 Pittston av 
McDonald, M J, 1322 N Washing- 
ton av 
McNally, P, 241 Wyoming and 308 
Fourth 



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Marberger, D E, 601 Lack av 
Matylwitz, John, 624 Brook 
Miller, William, 1001 Ridge 
Moore & Shipman, 120 N Main av 
Nauinann, John, 814 Hampton 
Oldakowski, Adolph, 904 Pittston av 
O'Maley, John J, 14 N Main av 
PASS &, PRITCHARD, 1023 W Lack 

av 
Price, F P, 106 N Main av 
Reid, W A, 121 N Mam av 
ROWAN C F, 513 Luzerne 
Schauer, Frank, 813 Cedar av 
Scranton Cash Store, 134 and 136 N 

Washington av 
Simons, Emmet. 910 Marion 
Smith, Ira L, 308 Meridian 
SMITH J., BORUCH & DIDIK CO., 

(Lim.), 410 S. Washington av. (see 

page 96). 
Sporer, Michael, 921 Stone av 
Steflfen, Rudolph, 535 Larch 
Storm, R S, 328 S Main av 
Terwilliger, T E, 624 Court 
Thomas, Griffith G, 209 Garfield av 
Thomas, J L, 1461 Albright av 
THOMAS W D, 1621 Jackson 
Troos, Fred, 807 Cedar av 
Trostel, William, 1115 Jackson after 

Dec. 20 1119 Jackson 
WALTON J & T, 428 S Wash'n ave 
Weber, Daniel, 437 Penn av 
Wormser, F L, 227 Penn av 

Mechanical Schools. 

CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF ME- 
CHANICS, THE, Coal Exchange (see 
back col p B) 

Mechanical Tools. 

(See also Hardware and Cutlery.) 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 
(eee front col. p. vii.). 

Mercantile Agencies. 

Dun, R G, & Co, (W B Powell, 
man), 122 Wyoming av 

Merchant Tailors. 

(Sec al«o Tailors. ) 

ALBRECHT JOSEPH L (agent), 403 

Hickory, cor Cedar avenue 
Alexander, J (Jr), 423 Lack av 
Dyer, James, 1516 Pittston av 
Famou.s Pants Co, The, 131 Peunav 
Graf, George, 539 Hickory 



GRAMPP A, 1544 Dickson av (see 

page 14) 
Hackett, J, 308 Lack av 
Hodgdon & Mosher, 220 Wyoming 

avenue 
HORAN & MERRILL, 416 Lackaav 
Huss, Peter, 608 Cedar av 
Jones. Rudolph, 1033 Jackson 
Lehman, B, 121 Penn av 
MADDOCKS G H, 121 Wyoming av 
Martin & Delaney, Court Exchange 
Miess, D E, 311 Lack av 
Ml ESS T G, 327 Spruce (see p 57) 
Moir, James, 406 Lack av 
OSWALD & SON, 820 Pittston av 
Schwenker, John W, 315 Centre 
SIMPSON JOHN, 107 and 109 Wyom- 
ing avenue (see p 38) 
Thiel, John, 335 Penn av. 

Messenger Service, 

SCRANTON MESSENGER SERVICE (R 
M O'Brien, manager), 236 Lacka- 
wanna avenue 



Metal Shingles. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Midwives. 

GEBLE LENA G, 343 Bromley av (see 

pa9e 44) 
Hage Louisa (Mrs), 607 Prospect av 
Lehner, Maria (Mrs), 944 Prescott av 
Obelle, H (Mrs), 607 Pittston av 
Sprandel, Kate (Mrs) 717 Prospect 

avenue. 



Milk Depots. 

Adams, M W, 1718 N Main av 
BURGESS J H, 812 Cedar av 
BURSCHEL HENRY H, 824 Hampton 
Canfield, P L, 338 Franklin av 
Conrad, William, 330 N Wash av 
Crest Farm Dairy Co, 335 Adams av 
FARMERS' DAIRY CO (Lim), 1113 Jack- 
son and 324 Linden 
Farmers' Milk Co, 226 W Market 
Gallagher, G (Mrs), 924 Robinson 
Gere, R L, 127 Linden 
Guard, F W, 910 Marion 
Hallock, O G, 622 Court 
Jones, Meredith, 1108 Jackson 
Matteru, Conrad, jr, 317 Bromley a v 
Riley, Daniel, 849 Capouse av 

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Clothing for Men, Boys & Children at QOLLINS & HflCKETT 



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Schrieber, Joseph, 531 Pittston av 
WHEELER H F (Mrs), 729 Scranton 

Mill and Mine Supplies. 

HUNT &, CON NELL CO., 484 Lacka- 
wanna av. [see inside front cover]. 

Milliners and Millinery Goods 

ACKERMAN M (Miss), 207 Penn av 
BOLZ J, 138 Wyoming av (see p 32) 
Brown's Bee Hive, 224 Lack av 
Burns, Mary T (Miss), 121 W Market 
CAREY LIZZIE, 313 Spruce (see p 47) 
Cornell & Son, 117 W Market 
Cushman, C C (Mrs), 510 Spruce 
Diem, Emma (Mrs), 701 Cedar av 
Friedlander, M A & Co, 421 Lack av 
Fuller, Jessie F (Miss), 514 Spruce 
Gierd, Emily, 227 Spruce 
Gorman, E, 124 and 126 Wyom.ing 

avenue 
Griffiith, Mary (Miss), 506 S Main av 
Haslacher, S, 324 Lack av 
Healey, Mary E, 248 Wyoming av 
Hine, J E, 518 Lack av 
Jones, Leah & Co, 322 Wyoming av 
Kramer, M (Mrs), 701 Cedar av 
Leach, E E (Miss), 1824 N Main av 
Longstaff, Mary (Mrs), 109 Wyom- 
ing av 
McLane, Sarah, 324 Spruce 
O'Harra, Nellie (Miss), 1832 N Main 

avenue 
O'Hara & Walsh, 211 Wyoming av 
Saxe, M (Mrs), 146 N Main av 
Tague, Maggie (Mrs), 207 S Main av 
TOBEY M, 141 Penn avenue 
Walter Dry Goods Co., 128 Wyom- 
ing av 
Welcker, W, 308 Lack, a v. 

Mining Schools. 

CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF 
MINES, THE, Coal Exchange (see 
back col p B) 

Mine Props, Ties and Rails. 

COMMONWEALTH LUMBER CO., (22) 
Commonwealth Bldg (see back 
cover) 



Mining, Surreying and Draw- 
ing Implements. 

Technical Supply Co,Coal Exchange 



Mineral Water Mfrs. 

(See also Bottlers.) 

SCHRADER A W, 726 and 728 Adams 
avenue 

Miners" File Cases. 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence 
square (see front col. p. vii). 

Mouldings. 

Anslev, Joseph & Son, 801 Scranton 
BENORE JOHN & SON, 710 to 716 

Scranton 
CHEMBERLIN J E, Dix court (see p 2) 
Green Ridge Lumber Co, 515 to 521 

Green Ridge 
Leonard, Philip J, 126 S Main av 

Music Teachers. 

CARR GEORGE, (banjo, guitar and 

mandolin) 427 Spruce 
Davies, T J, (45 and 46) Burr bldg 
Frank, Max, 131 Linden 
Hemberger, Theodore, Penn cor 

Spruce 
Hoffman, H C, (banjo and guitar,) 
Spruce cor Penn av 
Johnston, C C, 720 W liack av 
KOPFF FREDERICK F, (violin and 

pianoj, 226 Wyoming avenue 
Korn, Albin, (piano), 226 Wyom- 
ing av 
Morris, Gertrude E (Miss), (66) Coal 

Exchange 
Protheroe, D, 134 Wyoming av 
Schimptf, Karl, 306 N Washington 

avenue 
Wilcox, Kate E (Mrs), (voice and 

singing), 303 Spruce 

Music and Musical Instru- 
ments. 

Davidow Bros, 217 Lack av 

FIDIAM JAMES, (viohn), 1 Wheeler 
place (see page 38) 

GREAT FOUR CENT STORE, (music), 
(J H Ladwig, prop), 310 Lacka av 
(see page 48) 

Guernsey, J W, 205 N Washington 
avenue 

POWELL L B & CO, 226 to 230 Wyom- 
ing avenue 

Schimpff, E, 317 Lack av 

Steele & Steeley, 134 Wyoming av 



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Nails and Spikes. 

[8pe also Hardware.] 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Newspapers. 

Church News (monthly), 1606 Mou- 
sey av 

COLLIERY ENGINEER,Coal Exchange 
(see back col p B) 

Courier Progress (weekly), 1022 
Jackson 

CRICKET (weekly), (B E Morris, 
editor and publisher), 303 Lacka- 
wanna avenue 

Diocesan Record (weekly), 31 Burr 
bldg 

GREEN RIDGE ITEM (weekly), (Beane 
Bros, props), 1543 Dickson av (see 
insert opposite pages 40 and 41) 

GREEN RIDGE MONITOR (weekly), 
(Woodward Bros props) 1409 Mon- 
sey avenue (see page 54) 

INDEX (weekly), Burr Building N 
Washington avenue 

Industrial News [weekly], 312 Spruce 

HARRISBURG TELEGRAM, Spruce cor 
Penn avenue 

PROVIDENCD REGISTER (weekly), 
1912 N Main avenue 

Record (weekly) Burr Building 

REFORMER (weekly), 2407 N Main 
avenue (see page 54) 

Seranton Eagle (weekly) 307 Lack 
avenue 

SCRANTON HERALD (German), 305 
Lackawanna avenue 

Seranton Journal (weekly'), 702 
E^rospeet av 

SCRANTON REPUBLICAN (daily, 
weekly, and Sunday), 229 N Wash- 
ington avenue (see page 64) 

SCRANTON TIMES (daily and week- 
ly), 137 Oakford court 

SCRANTON TRIBUNE (daily and 
weekly), Penn av, cor Spruce (see 
front col p ix) 

SCRANTON TRUTH (daily), ^^ and 
402 Penn avenue ' ' 

SCRANTON WOCHENBLATT'(weekly., 
511 Tjacka av (see page 55) 

SUNDAY FREE PRESS [weekly], [8] 
Flepublican Bldg [see page 54] 

SUNDAY NEWS [weekly], 207 Spruce 

Newsdealers. 

[Sec also Booksellers and iSUitioners.] 



MoDERMOTT, J F, 96 and 98 Wyom- 
ing av [see page 26] 
McNulty, A F, Lack av 

Noodle Mfrs. 

Herrmann, Emil, 616 Elin 

Notaries Public. 

[Not a complete list.] 

BAUMANN ANTHONY, 321 Spruce 

Baylor, WW, 406 Spruce 

Briggs, Walter, 63, 64 and 65) Com- 
monwealth Bldg 

Browning, J W, (29) Common- 
wealth bldg 

Chase, A A, (6) Postofflce Bldg 

Davis, David J, (8, 9 and 10) Coal 
Exchange 

Dawson, Charles W, 186 Wyoming 
avenue 

Diehl, W S, (39, 40 and 41) Com- 
monwealth Bldg 

Edgar, S W, 817 Spruce 

Hand, Horace E, Commonwealth 
Building 

HARRIS JOHN M, [54, 55, and 56] 
Commonwealth Bldg 

Hitchcock, F L, 404 Lack av 

Horn, George S, 429 Lack av 

Jessup, W H, Jr, Commonwealth 
Building 

LOWRY MILTON W, 227 N Washing- 
ton avenue 

Partridge, O B, 419 Lack av 

MORGAN B G, 101 N Main av [see 
page 96] 

Iseuffer, Charles D, 528 Lack av 

Reynolds, H C & Co, (12) Library 
Building 

Ross, J Elliott, 234 Lack av 

SANDO M F, [4 and 5] Dime Bank 
Building 

Streeter, H M, 506 Spruce 

Taylor, Herbert L, Commonwealth 
Building 

Torrey, James H, 229 N Washing- 
ton av 

Vosburg, A A, 134 N Washington av 

Wells, Thomas F, (48 and 49) Com- 
mohwealth Bldg 

Nurserymen. 

[See also I-'lorisls.] 

Clark, G 1\ & Co, 1350 N Main av 
HALSTEAD N [agent for Ellwanger 
et Barry], 32 Mitllin av [see p 108] 
McConnell, J H, 931 N Irving av 
Wheeler & Rodham, 104 S Main av 



YOUNG MEN'S SUITS at COLLINS & HACKETT 



320 Lackawanna Avenue 



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Oakum. 

MUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Oculist aud Aurist. 

FREY C L, 122 Wyoming av Office 

hours, 9 to 12 a m, 2 to 5 p m 

Residence, 529 Vine 
WARE H B, 135 Wyoming av Office 

hours, 9 to 11:30 a m, 2:30 to 5:30 p 

m 

Oil Depots. 

MINERAL OIL CO (Lim), Cliff cor 

Bridge 
Siler, P L, 416 N Main av 

Oil Mfrs. 

Atlantic Refining Co, The, Coal Ex 
Maloney Oil and Mfg Co, 721 W 

Lack^av 
MINERAL OIL CO (Lim), Cliff, cor 

Bridge 

Opeu Fire Places. 

Gray, W A, 320 N Washington av 

Optical Groods^ Wholesale. 

LEVY N B & BRO, Coal Exchange 

(see top lines) 
PHILLIPS GEORGE &,;C0, (27 and 28) 

Coal Exchange (see top lines) 

Opticians. 

Gross, F, 433 Spruce. 
Shinberg, S M & N M, 305 Spruce 
Silverstone, Benjamin, 20i:Lack av 
Tanhauser, S, 417 New York 
WEICHEL-WiJ, (Arcade building) 215 
Wyoming avenue 

Ornamental Plasterers. 

[See also'Masons.] 

Overall Mfrs. 

Freeman Mfg Co, 502 and 504 Lack 
avenue 

Oyster Dealers. 

[See Fish and Oysters.] 



Packers. 

SCRANTON PACKING CO (THE), 113 

Franklin avenue 
STOWERS PACKING AND PROVISION 

CO (THE), 2 Lackawanna avenue 

Paint Mfrs. 

Jiencke & McKee, 424 Spruce 

Painters and Paper Hangers. 

ADAMS J W, 1417 Penn av [see p 46] 
Borchers, F V & Co, 713 Cedar av 
BRIEGEL GEORGE A, office, Arcade 

bldg; residence, Adams av, near 

Larch (see page 49) 
Briegel, John, 315 Penn av 
BROWN CALVIN A, 410 Taylor av [see 

page 60] 
Crawn Bartley, 417 N Seventh 
Evans, Robert, 353 N Sumner av 
Fuller, P H, 113 N Garfield av 
GISNER &, DRISCOLL, 7 Howard place 

and 527 Deacon [see page 86] 
HALL C E, 1013 W Lacka av [see 

page 39] 
Hay, Alex, 828 Capouse av 
Hay, William, 311 Linden 
Heintz, Heurv, 532 Prospect av 
HOPEWELL H U, 608 Pine [see p 108] 
Jacobs, C S, 1549 Dickson av 
JAMES T R, 1818 Wayne av [seep 14] 
Johnson, F J, 219 N Washington av. 
JONES & CAHOON, 1806 Nay-Aug av 

[see page 30] 
Justine, Henry D, 459 S Main av 
Kellow, John B, 522 N Rebecca av 
Klugt, Fred, 108 New York 
KOSSMANN CHARLES, 727 Maple 
KOSSMANN JACOB, 622 Myrtle [see 

page 28] 
LAMAZE EDWARD, 1318 N Washing- 
ton avenue [see page 18] 
McGinnis, James, 1830 Church av 
Morey, Moses, 125 N Washington av 
New England Roof Paint Co, (roof), 

S'V - £pruce 
NICl^^'jCSON C A, 1309 Capouse av [see 

page \\\'\ 
PENNSYLVANIA ROOFING CO [roof 

painters], 326 N Washington av 

[see page 52] 
Rehrig & Back, 533 Linden 
REYNOLDS FREDERICK, 1723 Lafay- 
ette (see p 48) 
Roebling Bros, 417 Franklin av 
Rowan, P F, 517 Luzerne 
Smith, Gardner T, 607 Court 
Van Horn, G R, 714 W Lack av 



N. B. LEVY & BRO.. 



1847 ROGER BROS. SILVERWARE AT 

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Wagner, Charles, 503 Linden 
WEBSTER W D, 814 Sunset av [see p 

44] 
Williams, W W, 200 High School 
Zuleger, Richard, 629 Alder 

Painters. 

[Scenery.] 
HOPEWELL H U, 608 Pine [see p 108] 

Painters. 

[Sign and Ornamental.] 
[See also Painters and Paper Hangers.] 

ADAMS J W, [ornamental], 1417 Penn 

avenue [see page 46] 
BECKER FRED JR, 337 Adams av 
BORCHERS F V & CO, 713 Cedar av 
BRIEGEL GEORGE A, office. Arcade 

bldg; residence, Adams av, near 

Larch [see page 49] 
BROWN CALVIN A, 410 Taylor av [see 

page 60] 
Crawn Barley, 417 N Seventh 
GISNER & DRISCOLL, 527 Deacon and 

7 Howard place [see page 86] 
Hay, William, 311 Linden 
HOPEWELL H U, 608 Pine [see p 108] 
JAMES T R, 1818 Wayne av (see p 14) 
Johnson, F L, 219 N Washington av 
JONES & CAHOON, 1806 Nay-Aug av 

and 209 W JVIarket (see page 30) 
Klugh, Fred, 108 New York 
KOSSMANN JACOB, 522 Myrtle (see 

page 28) 
LAMAZE EDWARD, 1318 N Washing- 
ton avenue (see page 18) 
Leonard, Philip J, 126 S Main av 
Morey, Moses, 125 N Washington av 
Rozelle, Orlando, 319 Lack av 
Van Horn, G R, 714 W Lack av 
Winans, George G, .307 Lack av 

Painters' Supplies. 

[See also Paints, Oils and Glass.] 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 
(see front col. p. vii.). 

Paints, Oils and (xlass. 

Beach, Thomas G, 1311 Washburn 
BORCHERS F V & CO, 713 Cedar av 
BRIEGEL GEORGE A, Arcade build- 
ing (see page 49) 
Briegel, John, 315 Penn av 
Decker's Drug Store, 107 N Main av 
Devers, James M, 340 W Market 
Doud, W G & Co, 509 Lack av 



Foot & Shear, 521 Lack av 
Ford, W M, 120 Penn av 
Gunster & Forsyth, 327 Penn av 
Haas, E L, 317 Spruce 
HENWOOD C & CO, 1909 N Main av 
Jacobs, C S, 1549 Dickson av 
Jiencke & McKee, 424 Spruce 
Leonard Philip J, 126 S Main av 
MATTHEWS BROS, 320 Lacka av 
MORGAN &, CO, 101 X Main avenue 
Mulherin ct Judge, 1401 to 1441 Rem- 
ington av 
MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 

(see front col. p. vii.). 
NICHOLSON C A, 1309 Capouse av (see 

page 14) 
Rehrig & Back, 533 Linden 
REYNOLDS FREDERICK, 1723 Lafay- 
ette (see page 48) 
ZIEGLER &, SCHUMACHER, 501 and 
503 Cedar avenue (see page 71 

Paper Box Mfrs. 

Blanchard, Wilbur S, 203 N Seventh 



Paper 



Hangings & 
Shades. 



Window 



Beach, Thomas G, 1311 Washburn 
BECKER FRED JR, 337 Adams av 
Briegel, John (paper), 315 Penn av 
Decker's Drug Store, 107 N Main av 
FORD W M, 120 Penn avenue 
HENWOOD C &. CO, 1909 N Main av 
Inglis, J Scott, 417 and 419 Lack av 
Jacobs, C S, 1549 Dickson av 
KERR & SIEBECKER, (window 
shades), 406 and 408 Lacka av (see 
front col p vii) 
LAMAZE EDWARD, 1318 N Washing- 
ton avenue (see page 18) 
Leonard, Philip J, 126 S Main av ' 
McGinnis, James, 1830 Church av 
MORGAN & CO, 101 N Main av (see 

page 96) 
MULLEY, AMBROSE. Providence sci. 

(see front col. p. vii.). 
NICHOLSON C A, (wall paper), 1309 

Capouse avenue (see page 14) 
Norton, M, 322 Lack av 
Pratt, C B, 312 Lack av 
REYNOLDS FREDERICK, 1723 Lafay- 
ette (see page 48) 
WILLIAMS 8l McANULTY. 127 Wyom- 
ing ay (see p 58"! 

Paper Rnlers. 
LOTZ JACOB, 316 Centre 



COLLINS & HACKETT, m FoLfJNE neckwear 



330 linckawanna Aveniie. 



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SCRANTON TRIBUNE, Spruce, cor 
Pemi av (see front col p ix) 

Paper Stock. 

TMEGARGEE BROS (wholesale), 130 

N Washington ay (see back cover 

and page 50) 
PORTER T H & BRO, 817 and 819 W 

Lackawanna av 
WITHERS W H & CO PAPER CO, Ltd, 

(wholesale) 312 Penn av 

Paper Warelioiises. 

MEGARGEE BROS, (wholesale) 130 N 
Washington av (see back cover 
and p 50) 

Patent Medicine Mfrs. 

Davis Bros, 914 W Lack av 
SMITHS COLUMBO BITTERS, (E J 

yniith & Co proprs) 129 S Main av 



Patent Wall Plaster 

PARAGON PLASTER AND SUPPLY CO 

(THE), 521 Green Ridge (see top 
lines) 

Patent Solicitors. 
REPLOGLE & HOUGH, 408 Spruce 

Pattern and Model Makers. 

SMITH A C, Dix Court 

Tisdeli Camera & Mfg Co, 406 Spruce 

Patterns. 

[Ladies' Fashions.] 
Bevans, H, 211 Wyoming av 

Paving Company 

Barber Asphalt Paving Co, 21 Li- 
brary Bldg 

Pawnbrokers. 

Davidow Bros, 217 Lack av 
GREEN JOSEPH, 109 Lack av (see front 
col p x) 



Peanut Roasters. 

WILLIAMS J & BRO, 314 Lack av 

(see p 44) 



Pen Mfrs 

WINTON FOUNTAIN PEN, THE (gold 
fountain) 312 Penn ave 



Pension Agents. 
REPLOGLE D B, 408 Spruce 

Perkins' Steel Side Toe 
Weights. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Phonographs and Mimnieo- 
graphs. 

Ostrander, W M, 65 Coal Exchange 
Photograplierst 

CRAMER A L, 309 Lack av 
DeWitt, M M, 316 Lack av 
Easterline, J W, 416 Lack av 
FREY HENRY, 421 Lack av (see p 22) 
Griffin, Charles L. 138 Wyoming av 
GROVE ELMER, 433 and 435 Spruce 

(see p 92) 
Hummler, Fred, 328 Lack av 
Jewell, Frank, 303 and 305 Spruce 
MILLARD'S GALLERY, (Mary Grimes 

prop) 225 Lack av 
Reith, J G, (tin-tvpe), 222 Adams av 
Starner, G E N, 101 and 103 8 Main 

avenue 
Washer, Ed L, 406 Lack av 
Wells, Edward F, 130 Wyoming av 

Photographers' Supplies. 

SCRANTON PHOTO SUPPLY CO (THE), 

138 Wyoming av (see page 60) 
Tisdeli Camera Manufacturing Co, 
The, 406 Spruce 

Physical Culture. 

SIEGEL J FRANK, 234 Lacka av (see 
front col p x) 



steady. Persistent Work; Lowest Rates. 



Scranton Commercial Ass'n, 

234 Lackawanna Ave. 



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159 



Physicians. 

ALLEN W E, 433 Lacka av, office 

hours 10 to 12 a m and 3 to 4 p m, 

residence telephone 1694 
Alexander, Lewis T, (eye and ear), 

Spruce cor Penn av 
AMMANN JOHN B, 424 Cedar av, office 

hours 7 to 9 a m, 12 to 2 p m, and 

6 to 8 p m 
Arndt, F F, 1515 Capouse av 
Barnes, L S, 202 Wyoming av 
iJiarrett, P G, 136 Adams av 
Barrett, Thomas G, 1525 Pittston av 
Bauer, R J, 117 Wyoming av 
Beck with, D G, 311 N Main av 
Beddoe, B G, 324 S Main av 
Bentley, J K, 112 Oak 
Bernstein, Arthur H, 1315 Ash 
Brady, W F, 308 Wyoming av 
Brewsters, F D, 204 Wyoming av 
BURNETT J, 213 Linden 
Capwell, D A, 330 N Washington av 
Carroll, J J, 1309 Jackson 
CLARKE ANNA C, 426 Adams av 
Comegys, Henry C, 171 S Main av 
Connell, A J, 201 N Washington av 
Conner, C E. 619 Green Ridge 
( 'oohdge, J W, 309 N Washington av 
Davison, Harry E, 2061 N Main av 
DEAN 6 EDGAR*(eye, ear, and throat), 

504 Spruce 
De Graw, Martha, 524 Gibson 
Devereux, J Ryan, 214 Wyoming av 
Dolan, W K, 433 Lack av 
Douglass, Frank S, 1030 W Lack av 
Dunnell. H N,211 N Washington av 
Feinberg, S E, 337 N Washington av 
Fisher, C H, (7, 8 and 9) Post Office 
Fulton, W G, 545 Adams av 
FREY C L (eye, ear, nose, and throat), 

office 122 Wyoming av, residence 

52i) Vine, office hours 9 to 12 a m, 

and 2 to 5 p m 
Frey, Lewis, 306 N Washington av 
Gales, L M, 140 N Washington av 
Gardner, H I), 210 Wyoming av 
Gardner, S M, (;12 WLack av 
(xerecke, Frank W^ 410 Franklin av 
Gibbs, L H, 217 S Main av 
Gibbous, Ricbard H, 435 Wyoming 

avenue 
GRAW MARTHA M, (Miss) 524 Gibson 
GREWER E, (specialist) 311 Spruce, 

office hours from 9amto9pm 
daily, Sunday from 9 a m to 2 pm 
(see p 76) 
Gunster, P F, 305 Penn av 
Haggerty, W, 336 Wyoming av 
HAND D B, 206 Penn av, olhc© hours 
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p m 



HANNON R C, (Christian Science) 

809 Linden (see p 38) 
Heermans, E A, 949 Scranton 
Heilner, H F, 134 N Washington av 
Hollister, Horace, 2079 N Main av 
HUTCHISON H S, (Keeley Institute) 

726 and 728 Madison av (see front 

cover) 
Ives, W W, 308 N Washington av 
Janssen, William, 432 Cedar av 
Jenkins, D H, 2079 N Main av 
Kay, T W, 1907 N Main ay 
King, John W, 425 Birch 
KING SARAH L, Mrs, (specialist) 320 

Mulberry (see p 22) 
Kolb, A, 730 Cedar av 
Kraft, Carrie, 910 Prospect av 
Lackev, H B, 1824 N Main av 
LANGE FRED W, 429 Lack av, office 

hours 9 to 11 a m 2:30 to 4:30 and 

? to e p m. Phone 3292 
LEET N Y, (surgeon and chief Moses 

Taylor hospital) 322 Lack av, of- 
fice hours 1 to 3 p m, residence 

211 Jefferson av 
Logan, H V, 306 N Washington av 
LONGSHORE E J, 103 Wyoming av 
LONGSTREET S P, 206 Wyoming av 

office hours 8 to 10 a m 1 to 3 and 

6 to 9 p m 
Lindabury, A A, 210 S Maui av 
Lutz, H E, 544 Adams av 
Manley, 1418 Pittston av 
MONTGOMERY R W, 435 Spruce 
Moylan, Frances P, 101 S Main av 
Murphy, M H, 410 W Market 
MURRAY G D, 212 Wyoming 
Neeld, C M, 1419 Sanderson ay 
Newton, J R, 301 Spruce 
O'Brien, J Emmet, 415 Spruce 
O'Malley, John, 411 Spruce 
Paine, William A, 1204 Washl)urn 
Parke, C R, 332 N Washington av 
Prindle, Beulah, 208 Wyoming av 
RICHTER H A, 225 Penn av, office 

hours until 10 a m 1 to 2 and 6 to 

8 p m 
Rice, James N, 548 Webster av 
Roberts, C Wesley, 334 N Washing- 
ton av 
Roberts, lienry 1916 N Main av 
Roberts, J J, 225 S Main av 
Roos, (A E, 2;')2 Adams av 
ROSS MATT W, 1220 Short av (PPI) 
Saltiy, J F, 820 Capouse av 
Shepherd, Mary A (specialist), 230 

Lack av 
Strang, A, 114 Oak 
Sullivan, J J. 137 West Market 
SURETH THEO, 105A W ^Market, office 

hours s to 9 a m, 1 to 2:30, p m, 7 

to 9 p m 



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Van Bergen, Henry,832 Green Ridge 
Van Cleef, Augustus, 529 Sanderson 

avenue 
Walsh, John, 1026 Pittston av 
WARE H B, 135 Wyoming av, office 

hours 9 to 11 :30 am, 2:30 to 5:30 p m 
Watrous, B Josie (massage), 201 N 

Washington av 
Wehlau, L, 322 Mulberry. 
WENTZ JOHN L (eye, ear, and throat), 

(42 and 43) Commonwealth bldg, 

office hours from 10 to 12 am, 2 to 

4, and 7 to 8 p m, Sunday 2:30 to 4 

p m 
Williams, Morgan J, 302 S Main av. 
Wilson, .T G, Lackawanna Hospital 

Piano Tuners. 

Hulbert, N A, 117 Wyoming av 
Johnston, C C, 720 W Lack av 
Bicker, E C & Co, 123 Adams av 
Traviss, John L L, 506 Lack av 

Piano and Organ Dealers. 

Guerney, J W, 205 N Wash av 
Hulbert, N A, 117 Wyoming av 
Meixsell & Phillips, 128 Bromley av 
POWELL L B & CO, 226, 228, and 230 

Wyoming avenue 
Bicker, E C & Co, 123 Adams av 
Steele & Seeley, 134 Wyoming av 
Traviss, John L L, 506 Lack av 

Picture and Picture Frames. 

Bay State Publishing Co, room 22 

Library Building 
BENTON J L, 331 Adams av (see back 

cover) 
Guy, William, 640 Biver 
HART & OTTINGER, 209 Wyoming 

avenue (see page 70) 
Kerner, D, 237 Penn av 
MEYER FRED L, 311 Spruce 
Stewart, E G, 218 Wyonaing av 

Picture Frame Mfrs. 

BENTON J L, 331 Adams av (see back 

cover) 
Jacobs, C S, 1549 Dickson av 
Pratt, C B, 312 Lacka av. 

Pig Lead. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Planing Mills. 

CHEMBERLIN J E, Dix court (see page 

GEIGLE JOHN, 620 Elm (see page 26) 
Mason & Snodon, Diamond, cor 
Wood 



Plaster. 

PARAGON PLASTER AND SUPPLY CO, 

515 Green Ridge (see top lines) 



Plasterers' Material. 

HUNT &. CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Plumbers. 

[See also Gas-fitters, Steam-fitters and 
Plumbers. 1 

Battin Plumbing Co, 430 Penn av 
Devers, James M, 340 W Market 
Foster, S M, 114 S Main av 
Gardner, H N, 318 Penn av 
Gorman, John J, 309 Spruce 
Gunster & Forsvth, 327 Penn av \ 
HARAN LUKE, 1548 Dickson av (see 

page 34) 
Howley Bros, 338 and 340 Penn av 
Hughes, R J, 124 S Main av 
HUNT &. CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 
Lawler, James J, 247 Wyoming av 
Leonard, B E, 514 Lack av 
Lewis, Lewis W, (agt) 1547 Dickson 
avenue , 

Mcknight george m, 112 n Hyde ' 

Park avenue (see page 78) 
Maxwell, George F, 324 Penn av 
MONIES GB&AC, 1542 Dickson av 

(see page 8) 
Mullen, Thomas F, 315 Spruce 
MULLEY AMBROSE, Providence sq 

(see front col p vii) 
Nolan, John, 347 Adams av 
O'Donnell Bros, 805 Capouse av 
Reese, S M, 111 S Main av 
SCHNEIDER BROS, 601 and 603 Cedar 

avenue 
Wenzel, Conrad, 712 W Lack av 
WILLIAMS H M, 131 S Seventh 
YOOS & DOYLE, 124 N Main avenue 
ZEIGLER & SCHUMACHER, 501 and 

503 Cedar avenue (see page 71) 
Zerfass, James F, 333 Adams av 



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Plumbers' Supplies. 

See also ftardwai-e. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 484 Lacka- 
Ijacka. av. (see inside front cover). 



Portraits. 

See also Photographers and Artists. 

DeWitt, M M, 316 Lack av 
F>a.sterline, J W, 416 Lack av 
FREY HENRY, 421 Lacka av (seep 22) 
HART & OTTINGER, (crayon), 209 

Wyoming avenue (see page 70) 
Hummiler, Fred, 328 Lack av 
Seranton Portrait Co, 425 8pruce 
Washer, E L, 406 Lack av 



Post Mfrs. 

Seranton Iron Fence Mfr Co, The, 
(iron) 1335 and 1337 Capouse av 



Poultry Food. 

HASLAM STOCK YARDS, 118 Cliff (see 
front col p viii) 

Poultry aud Fancy Stock 
Breeders. 

HASLAM STOCK YARDS. 118 Cliff (see 

front col [) viii) 

Powder Mfrs. 

CJonsumers Powder Co, The, 118 
Wyoming av 

l)u Pont, De Nemours Co, 118 
Wyoming av 

ENTERPRISE POWDER CO (THE), (57 
and 58) Commonwealth building 

Laflin Powder Manufacturing Co, 
The, 118 Wyoming av 

Moosic Powder Co, The, (wholesale 
and retail), (1 and 2) Common- 
wealth ))ldg 

Powder and Shot. 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence 8q. 
[see front col. i^age vii.). 



Preserves and Jellies. 

lleliable Preserving Co, 722 W 
Lack av 



Printers. 

[Book and .lob.] 

Barrett & Jordan, 402 Penn av 
BEANE BROS, 1543 Dickson av (see 

insert opp p 40 and 41) 
ECONOMY PRINTING CO, Ltd. (L PI 

Casterlin mgr,) 312 Penn av 
Gerlock, F H & Co, 502 Lack av 
Horton, J S Mrs, .303 Lack av 
Index, Thfe, Burr bldg, N Washing- 
ton av 
Kann, W J, 307 Spruce 
People's Printing and Publishing 

Co, 324 Penn av 
Record, The, Burr bldg, X Wash- 
ington av 
Schoen, Fred F, 313 Centre 
SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, 229 North 

Washingtoii av (see p 64) 
SCRANTON TRIBUNE, Spruce cor 

Penn (see front colp ix) 
WAGNER F A, 511 Lack av (see p55) 
Walter, Koehler & Co, 305 Lack av 
WALTER M R, 516 Spruce 
Weeks, George F, 427 Spruce 



Printers Supplies. 

MEGARGEE BROS, (wholesale) 130 N 
Washington av (see back cover 
and p 50) 



Produce Dealers. 

[Wholesale.] 

Ashley, N B, 10 Lack av 

DAVIS W C, 1712 Lafayette (see p 38) 

Freas, W B & Son, 9 E Market and 

N Y, O & W R R 
Jones & Spruks Co, The, 23 Lack av 
Lindley, L & Co, 17 Lack av 
PIERCE W H, 110 and 112 Penu av 

(see p 82) 
Porter, John T, 26 and 28 I<ack av 
PROVIDENCE MILL CO, 2420 to 2428 

Amelia av (see p 12) 
Reinhart's Market, 33 and 35 Lack av 
Ruddy, James E & Co, 4 Lack av 
Sweet, B H, 106 Penn av 
Wegman, C D ct Co, 12 Lack av 



Pr(»vision Dealers. 

[Wholesale.] 

SCRANTON PACKING CO. THE, 113 
Knmklin av 

STOWERS PORK PACKING AND PRO- 
VISION CO, 2 Lack av 

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Publishers. 

[See also Newspapers.] 

AMERICAN DIRECTORY AND PUB- 
LISHING CO (directories and maps), 
home office 35 and 37 Cannon, 
Bridgeport Conn (see page 56) 

Barrett & Jordan, 402 Penn av 

Bay State Publishing Co, 22 Li- 
brary bldg 

BEANE BROS, 1543 Dickson av (see 
insert opp p 40 and 41) 

COLLIERY ENGINEER, THE Coal Ex- 
change (see back col p B) 

Electric City Publishing Co, Li- 
brary Bldg 

REFORMER (THE) (weekly), 2407 N 
Main avenue (see page 54) 

WAGNER FRED A, 511 Lac awanna 
avenue (see page 55) 

WALTER M R (railway guides), 516 
Spruce 

Williams, J E, (directories) 427 
Spruce 

YOUTH'S MAGAZINE (Fred R Jones, 
prop), 1033 Jackson (see page 60) 

Pulley Blocks. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Pumps. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 
KINGSBURY HENRY A, 313 Spruce 
LACKAWANNA HARDWARE CO, 221 

Lacka av (see front col p xii) 

Radiators. 



HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Rag Dealers. 

(See also Junk Dealers.) 

PORTER, T H & BRO, 817 and 819 W 
Lacka av (see page 24) 

Railroad Offices. 

Central R R of New Jersey, 601 W 

Lack av 
Delaware & Hudson Canal Co, 437 

Franklin av 
Delaware, Lack & Western R R Co, 

Lack av, foot Franklin av 



Erie & Wyonaing Valley Co, gen- 
eral office, Dutfmore, Pa, near 
No 6 

LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD (freight 
office, D T Yost, agent), 309 Lacka 
avenue 

New York, Ontario & Western R R 
602 W Lack av 

New York, Susquehanna & Western 
R R Co, 229 Washington av 

SCRANTON TRACTION CO, [H H 
Archer gen mgr] 234 Lack av 

Railroad Road Supplies. 

KINGSBURY H A, 313 Spruce 

Railroad and Mining Tools. 

CARTER Si CO CAPOUSE WORKS, E 

Parker 

Real Estate Agents and Rent 
Collectors. 

Barrowman, W A, 506 Lack av 

Boland, C G & Co, 229 Washington 
avenue 

Browning, J W, Land Co, The (29) 
Commonwealtb Bldg 

Clay, A B, 123 N Washington av 

Devere, C H, 822 Spruce 

Evans, James D, 211 Wyoming av 

RROTHINGHAM ARTHUR (Arcade 
building) 215 Wyoming avenue 

Holgate, M H, (27 and (28) Com- 
monwealth Bldg 

Horn, M F, 123 N Washington av 

Jones, W Gibson, (dealer,) Temple 
Court), 311 Spruce 

Kiesel, W F, 515 Lacka av 

Loomis, F E, 510 Spruce 

MEADOW BROOK LAND CO, 118 
Wyoming av (see front col 
page iv) 

Miller, G W, 1906 N Main av 

MORGAN H L, 119 S Main av (see p 24) 

REPLOGLE D B, 408 Spruce 

Reynolds, H C, (Room 12) Library 
Building 

Robertson & Hitchcock, 431 Lacka 

Roe, Wm H, (49 and 50 Common- 
wealth Building 

SCHOONMAKER & HAND [Elmhurst 
real estate], [2] Commonwealth 
bldg [see front col p iii] 

THROOP B H & SON, 134 Wyoming 

TINKHAM B F, [9] 227 Washington av 

WOOD, HARMON & CO, 134 Wyoming 
avenue 



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Mannfactured by PA It AGON PLASTER & SUPPrT CO. 

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Restaurants. 

[See Dining Rooms ] 

Refrigerators. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

LACKAWANNA HARDWARE CO, 221 
Lacka av [see front col p xii] 

Revere Rubber Beltiug, 
Packing and Hose. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. fsee inside front cover). 

Rifle Range. 

Pilz, Gustav, 526 Lacka av 

Roofers. 

Battin Plumbing Co (tin), 240 Penn 

avenue 
Devers, James M, 340 W Market 
Foote & Shear, 521 Lacka av 
Green Ridge Lumber Co (slate), 515 

to 521 Green Ridge 
Howley Bros (tin), 338 and 340 Penn 

avenue 

Mcknight george m, 112 n Hyde 

Park avenue [see page 78] 
MONIES G B & A C, 1542 Dickson av 

[see page 8] 
Mullen, Thomas F (tin), 315 Spruce 
New England Roof Paint Co, 316 

Spruce 
NOTHACKER albert, 1305 Wyoming 

avenue [see page 28] 
Ober, Joseph, 337 Penn av 
PENNSYLVANIA ROOFING CO [quartz 

and ^granite], 326 N Washington 

avenue [see page 52] 
SLACK C P, 1548 Dickson avenue [see 

page 34] 
YOOS &, DOYLE, 124 N Main av 
Zerfass, James F (tin), 333 Adams 

avenue 

Roofers' Metal. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover), 
LACKAWANNA HARDWARE CO, 221 

Lacka av [see front col p xii] 

Ro]»e and (iordage. 

HUNT Sl CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Rubber Hose. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Rubber Stamps. 

FLOREY (St HOLT, 408 Spruce (see p 14) 
Schlager, George W, 107 N Wash- 
ington av 

Safe Deposits. 

[See also Banks.] 

Lackawanna Trust and Safe Deposit 
Co, The, 404 Lacka av 



Saloons. 

[See Liquors and Wines.] 

Salt Company. 

Lehigh Salt Mining Co, 118 Wyom- 
ing av 

Sand Dealers. 

GRIFFIN JOHN, 428 Deacon (see p 8) 
KELLER, LUTHER, (white) 813 W 

Lacka av (see front cover) 
PARAGON PLASTER AND SUPPLY CO, 

521 Green Ridp;e (see top lines) 

Savings Banks. 

[See also Banks.] 

DIME DEPOSIT AND DISCOUNT BANK 

Charles du Pont Breck, pres; R G 

Brooks, vice-pres; H G Dunham, 

cashier; Wyoming av, cor Spruce 

(see page 112) 
Scranton Savings Bank; President, 

James Blair; vice-pres, S B Price; 

cashier, H C Shafer; asst cashier, 

A B Blair; 122 Wyoming av 
Scranton Savings Bank and Trust 

Co; Pres, Edward N. Willard; 

vice, Wm M Silkman; cashier, A 

H Christy, 428 Lacka av 
WEST SIDE BANK, B Hughes, pres; 

R G Brooks, vice-pres; T D Davies. 

treas; A B Eynon, cashier; 109 X 

Main avenue 



Scales and Balances. 

Barker, S G & Son, (mfrs), 207 and 
209 Seventh 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover) . 



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School Furniture. 

KNAUSS FRANK T, 516 Penu avenue 

Schools. 

[Private.] 

CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF ME- 
CHANICS, THE, Coal Exchange (see 
back col p B) 

CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOL OF 
MINES, THE, Coal Exchange (see 
back col p B) 

COSTON S B, (shorthand and book- 
keeping, 229 N Washington av 

De Paschalis, Paul, (languages), 215 
Linden 

Dougherty Hyde Park Business 

. School, 107 N Main av 

GRATTET HECTOR (PROF), (French), 
225 N Washington avenue 

Green Ridge School, 1522 Wyom- 
ing av 

Roney, Joseph, (mathematics and 
languages), 130 Tenth 

School of the Lackawanna, 243 Jef- 
ferson av 

WOOD'S COLLEGE OF BUSINESS (F E 
Wood, prop), Penn av, cor Lacka 
av (see inside back cover) 

Worthington, Hester A (Miss), (art 
and design), (61) Coal Exchange 

School Supplies. 

[See also Booksellers and Stationers.] 

GREAT FOUR CENT STORE (J H 
Ladwig, prop), 310 Lackawanna 
avenue (see page 48) 

Pratt, C B, 312 Lacka av 

Scrap Iron Dealers. 

Wartowsky & Muscat, 1028 to 1032 
N Washington av 



Screen Mfrs. 

Barker, S G & Son (coal), 207 and 

209 Seventh 
KNAUSS FRANK T, 516 Penn avenue 
Kuettel, Joseph, 516 Lacka av 

Sisroll Sawing and Turning. 

Ansley, Joseph & Son, 810 Scranton 
BENORE JOHN &, SON, 710 to 716 
Scranton 



CHEMBERLIN J E, Dix court (see p 2) 
Green Ridge Lumber Co, 515 to 521, 

Green Ridge 
Peck Lumber Mfg Co, 101 to 111 E 

ivr fiT'ic pt^ 
SCRANTON WOOD WORKING CO (Litn), 

510 to 516 Penn av (see page 75) 

Sculptor and Carver. 

[See also Granite and Marble.] 

CARLUCCI FRANK, 720 to 726 Scran- 
ton (see page 24) 

McSHERRY D & CO, 704 and 706 N 
Washington av (see back col p A) 



Seed Stores. 

Clark, G R & Co, 1350 W Main av 
HUNT & CONNELL CO, (clover, 
timothy, and lawn grass) 434 
Lacka av (see inside front cover) 



Sewer Contractors. 

rsee also Contractors.] 

Howley Bros, 338 and 340 Fenn av 
MONIES G B & A C, 1542 Dickson av 

(see page 8) 

Sewer and Culvert Pipe. 

(See also Drain and Sewer Pipes.) 

HUNT & COHNELL CO, 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 
KELLER LUTHER, 813 W Lack ave 

(see front cover j 

Sewing Machine Agents. 

Jones & Hall, 506 Lacka av 
Kearney, Joseph, 1434 Capouse av 
Mitchell, A J (Singer), 518 Lack av 
Ricker, E C, 123 Adams av 
Stunstall, Stephen, 138 Penn av 
Thomas, D R, 1121 Jackson 

Shade and Ornamental Trees 

HALSTEAD N (agent for Ellwanger & 
Barry j, 320 Mifflin av (see p 108) 

Shirt Mfrs. 

Engel & Eisner, 427 S Washington 

avenue 
KEYSTONE LAUNDRY (J C Highriter, 

prop), 317 Lackawanna avenue 



GEO. PHILLIPS & CO. *"°^"*^=J^«^p':"?, 



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' Show Cases. 

KNAUSS FRANK T, oie Penn avenue 

Silk Mfrs. 

Gregory Silk Mfg. Co (braid), De- 
pot, near Pond 

IrJarvey, Alfred, 812 S.Washington 
avenue 

Meadow Brook Silk Co (George 
Singleton, prop), Brook, cor Cedar 
avenue 

SAUQUOIT SILK MFG CO (THE), 302 
Fig (see page 30) 

Silver and Silver - Plated 
Ware Dealers. 

See also Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

Berry, W W, 303 Spruce 

Coursen, demons & Co (Lim), 422 

Lacka av 
Davidow Bros, 217 Lacka av 
DeWitt, W H (agt), 203 Lacka av 
FREEMAN C W, Penn av, cor Spruce 
Gross, F, 433 Spruce 
JONES L A, 131 Penn av (see back 

cover) 
KLEBERG EUGENE, 231 Penn sv 
LEVY N B & BRO, (wholesale), Coal 

Exchange (see top lines) 
Lloyd, Edwin G, 423 Lacka av 
PHILLIPS GEORGE & CO [wholesale], 

[27 and 28] (Joal Exchange [see top 

lines] 
ROGERS A E, 215 Lackawanna av 
WEICHEL WILLIAM J, [Arcade] 215 

Wyoming avenue 
Wright, Le Grand & Co, 323 Spruce 

Silver-Platers. 

Knapp, E H, 307 Spruce 

Slate-Picker. 

Green Ridge Slate-Picker Works, 
509 to 513 Green Ridge 

Slaters. 

See also Roofer!«. 

Von Weisentluh, John, 1225 Wasli- 

burn. 
NOTHACKER ALBERT, 1305 Wyoming 

avenue [see page 28] 
Hull, J L (wholesale], 15 Lacka av 



Skylights. 

See also Cornices and Skylights. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO, 434 Lacka- 
wanna av [see inside front cover] 

Smokers' Articles. 

Wholesale. 

Streeter, C M & Co, 215 Wyoming 
avenue 



Sporting Groods. 

Felton, George <k Bro, Spruce, cor 

Penn av 
FLOREY & HOLT. 408 Spruce [gee 

page 14] 
Gardner, J N, 417 X Sixth 
Keller, George, 119 Penn av 
PRICE THOMAS E, 108 S Main av 



Spring Mfrs. 

SCRANTON BEDDING CO, [bed], 602 
and 604 Lacka av [see front col p 
vi] 

Stahles. 

Livery, Sale and Feed. 

ATHERTON GEO E, 1507 N Main av 

(see page 12) 

Belles, W, 339 Adams av 

Burk, M J, 1000 Providence road 

CAVANAGH P A, 522 and 524 River 

Cobb, F M, (sale), 334 and 326 Ray- 
mond court 

CUSICK OWEN, 217 to 223 N Wash- 
ington avenue 

EDWARDS W R, 131 and 1.33 Ray- 
mond court [see page 28] 

Foote, A L, (agti, (livery), 1.533 Ca- 
pouse av 

Goodwin, E J, 528 and 530 Spruce 

Jordan, E H, .525 Fig 

Kerrigan, Patrick F, 314 Fourth 

McMillan BROS. 17 and 19 E Market 
(see page 98) 

MEARS JAMES R. 702-710 N Main av 

Morris, M V, 1827 N Main av 

Nealis, J J, Oakford court 

NEVILLE &, TAGUE, Price 

O'Donnell, Anthony, Oak cor Brick 
avenue 

Payne, L T, 417 and 419 Spruce 

Raub, A U, 425 Spruce 

REGAN T P. 411 Oak (see page 25) 

Richardson, H U, 1835 > Main av 



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Simrell, J A, (sale), 526 Spruce 

SUMMERS C A, 326 Dix court see 
front col p xi) 

WARNER J C, Green Ridge, cor Mou- 
sey av (see page 14) 

Warren, Fred S, 417 McKenua court 

WESTMINSTER STABLES (C L 
Smith, prop), 221 and 223 Oakford 
court (see page 10) 

WYMBS J J, 228 and 230 Forest court 
(see page 16) 

Zelner, Charles, 420 Spruce 



Stationery. 

See Book Sellers and Stationers. 



Statuary. 

stone. 

CARLUCCI FRANK & BRO, 720 to 726 

Scranton (see page 24) 
McSHERRY D &, CO, 704 and 706 N 

Washington av (see back col p A) 



Steam Boilers. 

Bee also Boiler Makers. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Tiacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

Steam Fitters. 

See also Gas Fitters, Steam Fittei-s and j 
Plumbers. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO, 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Steam Pumps. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Steamship Ticket Agents. 

EVANS DANIEL J, 126 N Main av 
Fahrenheit, John, 321 Penn av 
Kiesel, William F, 515 Lacka av 
McDERMOTT J F,96 and 98 Wyoming 

avenue (see page 26) 
MORGAN B 6, 101 N Main avenue (see 

page 96) 
Rose, Charles & Co, 417 Lacka av 
SMITH J BORUCH & DIDIK CO (LIm), 

410 S Washington av (see p 96) 



Steam and Hot Water Heat- 
ing Apparatus. 

(See also Gas Fitter, Steam and Plumbers) 

Battin Plumbing Co, 240 Fenn av 
Gardner, H N, 318 Fenn av 
Gunster & Forsyth, 327 Penn av 
Lawler, James J, 247 Wyoming av 
Leonard, B E, 514 Lacka av 
Mullen, Thomas F, 315 Spruce 
MULLEY AMBROSE, [also hot air), 

Providence sq (see front col p vii) 
SLACK C P, 1548 Dickson av (see 

page 34) 

Steel Rail Mfrs. 

LACKAWANNA IRON AND STEEL CO, 
THE, Lacka av, cor Jefferson av 

Stencil and Letter Cutters. 

FLOREY & HOLT, 408 Spruce (see 
page 14) 

Stenographers. 

BEALE EMMA H, 227 N Washington 

avenue 
Sturdevant, Nora (Miss), 18 Com- 

monwealtn Bldg 
Taylor, John. 8, 9 and 10 Coal Exch 
WOOD'S SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND 

TYPEWRITING, Penn av, cor Lacka 

av (see inside back cover) 

Stock Brokers. 

(See also Brokers.) 
Dunn & Burr, 134 N Washn ave 



Stock Companies. 

Allegheny Lumber Co, office Lacka 
av". Pres, Charles Schlager; Sec, 
R H Patterson; Treas, Charles 
McMullen. 

American Safety Lamp and Mine 
Supply Co, The, 1327 to 1335 Ca- 
pouse av. Hon M E McDonald 
pres, O S Johnson vice pres, A H 
Christy treas, Alexander Dick sec. 
H B Smith, works mgr. 

Austin Coal Co, office 320 Lacka av. 
Pres, John Devine; sec and treas, 
R J Matthews. 



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Babylon Coal Co, The, Republican 
Bublican Bldg, 229 N Washington 
av. TH Watkinspres, W S Wells 
vice pres, C D Simpson treas, A F 
Law see, Simpson & Watkins gen 
mgrs. 

Barber Ashphalt Paving Co, room 
22 Li brary Bldg, Wyoming av. F 
V Greene pres, J C RocJj; sec, D O 
Wickham treas, home office 21 
Broadway, N Y 

Blossburg Water Co, The, 421 Lacka 
av. Lemuel Amerman pres, Rob- 
ert C Adams sec and treas. 

Blue Ridge Coal Co, office 10 and 12 
Library Bldg. J N Rice pres, 
Frank H demons sec, Harry C 
Reynolds treas. 

Boies Steel Wheel Co, The, (2 and 3) 
Commonwealth Bldg. H M Boies 
pres, H W Boies vice-pres, L M 
Morton treas. J D Scherer sec. 

Brookside Coal Co, The, 421 Lacka 
av. L A Watres pres, Robert C 
Adams treas, C E Dimmick sec. 

Browning, J W, Land Co, The, (29) 
Commonwealth Bldg. Hon John 
H Fellows pres, M H Holgate 
v-pres, J W Browning sec & treas 

Brush-Swan Electric Light Co, 
Rooms 4 and 6 Commonwealth 
Bldg. Horace E Hand pres, H 
Bergholtz sec and treas. 

Casey & Kelly Co, Brewing Co, The, 
Remington av, cor Locust. Wm 
Kelly pres, P J Casey sec, A J 
Casey treas. 

(Jhurch Coal ('o, 1338 N Main av. J 
H Steell chairman, R W Beadle 
sec and treas, M F Dolphin supt. 

Clark & Snover Co, The, 112 to 122 
Adams av. S P Matthews pres, J 
F Megargel vice-pres, W L Hen- 
wood sec and treas. 

COLLIERY ENGINEER CO, THE, Coal 
Exchange, R J Foster, pres; T J 
Foster, treas and mgr, (see back 
col p B) 

Connell Coal Co, The, 118 Wyoming 
av. William Council pres, J S 
McNuliy sec and treas. 

Commonwealth Building and Loan 
Association, 419 Lacka av. Joseph 
Alexander, Jr, pres, O H Part- 
ridge treas, George F McCarty 
vice-pres, J C Vaughan sec. 

COMMONWEALTH LUMBER CO, (22) 
('ommonwealtli Bldg. Officers to 
be elected (see back cover) 

CONSUMERS' ICE CO, Adams av, cor 
Ash, 1 F Megargel, pres; Jolin 
Sehadt, secy; A D Blackingtou, 



treas: Charles Sehadt, gen mgr; 
(see front cover) 

Consumers' Powder Co, The, 118 
Wyoming av. Henry Belin, Jr, 
pres, C H Lindsay sec and treas. 

Coursen, demons & Co (Lim), 422 
Lacka av. James Blair pres, H 
A Coursen sec, F H demons 
treas. 

Crest Farm Dairy Co (Lim) 335 
Adams av. E J Northrup pres, 
John L Hartman sec, E S Stevens 
man. 

Dickson Mfg Co, The, Penn av, cor 
Vine. James P Dickson, pres, 
A H Vandling vice-pres, W 
H Perkins sec and treas, S Broad- 
bent gen supt. 

Edgerton Coal Co (Lim), The, Re- 
publican Bldg, 229 N Washing- 
ton av. C D Simpson pres, T H 
Watkins sec and treas. 

ENTERPRISE POWDER MANUFAC- 
TURING CO, THE, rooms 57 and 58 
Commonwealth bldg, W H Tay- 
lor, pres; E P Kingsbury, sec'y 
and treas 

Equitable Benefit Association, The, 
Room, 31 Library Bldg. R A 
Zimmerman pres, A A Feny vessy 
sec, M M De Witt treas. 

EUREKA LAUNDRY CO, Linden, cor 
Adams av, C W Rhodes, pres; R 
A Zimmerman, vice-pres; John J 
Van Nort, sec'y and treas; (see 
front cover) 

Farmers' Dairy Association, office 
401 Penn av. G M Carpenter pres, 
George Champlin sec, JasG Bailey 
treas. 

FARMEFiS" DAIRY CO (Lim), 324 Lin- 
den and 1113 Jackson, G M Car- 
penter, pres; George J Champlin, 
sec'y; J W Miller, treas 

Farmers' Dairy Despatch, 229 N 
Washington av. T H Watkins 
treas, A P Bedford, sec. 

Farmers' Milk Co, The, 226 W Mar- 
ket. J W Smith pres and vice 
pres, S M Aylswortli see, N\' W 
McCormick treas. 

FINCH MANUFACTURING CO., W. 
Lackawanna av., N. Eighth and 
Swetland. Irviug A Finch, pres 

Florence Coal Co, office 320 Lacku 
av. W B Whitney pres, E P 
Kingsbury sec, C P Matthews 
treas. 

Foote tV: Shear Co, ofHce 513 Lacka 
av. F B Foote pres, Wm A Avery 
sec, J A Waters treas. 



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Forest Hill Cemetery Association, 
office 404 Lacka av. George San- 
derson pres. J Atticus Robertson 
sec, Charles du Pont Breck treas. 

Greigsville Salt and Mining Co, (5) 
Library bldg, Hon John H Fel- 
lows pres, Thomas Livey sec and 
treas. 

Green Ridge Lumber Co, 515 to 521 
Green Ridge. W L Scott pres, M 
D Brown vice pres, G T> Brown 
treas, G A Clearwater see. 

Green Ridge Store Co, (lim), 1553 
Dickson av HA Kingsbury ch'n 
Charles Hen wood treas, J H Steell 
sec, W L Carr, mgr. 

Greenwood Coal Co, (lim), 400 Lacka 
av. R G Brooks pres, Thos H Dale 
sec and treas. 

Hillside Coal and Iron Co, Republi- 
can bldg, 229 N Washington a v. 
E B Thomas pres, Edward White 
treas, A R Macdonough sec. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. William Connell, chair- 
man; A E Hunt, sec'y and treas; 
(see inside front cover) 

Hyde Park Gas Co, office 115 Wyom- 
ing av. W W Scran ton pres, G B 
Hand, sec and treas. 

Jones & Spruks Co, 23 Lacka av. 
Oswald Jones pres, David Spruks 
treas, H J Howell sec. 

Lackawanna Electric Power Co, The, 
office, room 9 Commonwealth 
Bldg. E B Sturges pres, Horace 
E Hand sec, John W Fowler treas. 

LACKAWANNA HARDWARE CO, 221 E 
Lacka av, 222 and 224 Centre, 
Charles Schlager pres, Charles Mc- 
Mullen treas <femgr, Robert Taylor 
sec'y (see front col p xii) 

LACKAWANNA IRON AND COAL CO, 
Lacka av, cor Jefferson av. Ed- 
ward C Lynde ass't sec'y 

LACKAWANNA IRON AND STEEL CO, 
THE, Lacka av, cor Jefferson av. 
Walter Scranton pres, 52 Wall 
street. New York; E C Lynde 
ass't sec'y, Scranton Pa 

Lackawanna Lumber Co, Brook, 
cor Remington av, office 512 Spr'ce. 
J W Peck pres, J L Connell sec 
and treas. 

LACKAWANNA MILLS, THE. William 
Connell pres, Charles R Connell 
sec and treas 

Lackawanna Store Association, 
Lackawanna av, cor Jefferson av. 
Stephen S Palmer chairman, Jas 
S Mott mgr 

L«flin Powder Mfg Co, 118 Wyom- 



ing av. H D Lafiin pres, Henry 
Belin, jr, sec and treas. 

Langcliffe Coal Co, lim, 400 Lack 
av. R G Brooks pres, Thomas H 
Dale treas, T R Brooks sec. 

Lehigh Salt Mining Co, 118 Wyom- 
ing av. Robert H Sayre pres, 
AVilliam Connell treas, John A 
Mears sec, Edward L Fuller gen 
mgr. 

Leisering Mfg Co, The, 39, 40 and 41 
Commonwealth Bldg. A C Leis- 
ering pres, W W Watson, sec and 

Maloney Oil and Mfg Co, 721 W 
Lacka av. Martin Maloney pres, 
B R Wade treas, J B McCali sec, 
M W Collins mgr. 

Mansfield Water Company The, 421 
Lacka av, L A Watres pres, Robt 
C Adams sec and treas. 

Meadow Water Brook Co, office 115 
Wyoming av. W W Scranton pres, 
G B Hand sec and treas. 

Millbrook Water Co, office 320 Lacka 
av. RiJ Matthews pres, U P Mat- 
thews sec and treas. 

Moosic Mt Carbondale R R Co, 39, 
40 and 41 Commonwealth Bldg. 
M S Kemmerer pres, W W Wat- 
son sec and treas. 

Moosic Mt Coal Co, 39, 40 and 41 
Commonwealth Bldg, E B Slis- 
enning pres, WWW atson sec and 

Moosic Mt Water Co, 39, 40 and 41 
Commonwealth Bldg. M S Kem- 
merer pres, W S Diehl sec and 
treas. 

Moosic Powder Co, The, (1 and 2) 
Commonwealth bldg. H M Boies 
pres, J D Shaver sec and treas. 

Mount Jessup Coal Co, (lim), (39, 40 
and 41) Commonwealth bldg. M 
S Kemmerer chairman, W W 
Watson, treas. 

Mount Lookout Coal Co, The, Re- 
publican bldg, 229 N Washington 
av. Simpson & Watkins gen mgrs, 
T H Watkins pres, W S Wells 
vice pres, C D Simpson, treas, A 
F Law sec. 

Mountain Lake Land and Coal Cq, 
(lim), Blucher av cor Birch. L J 
Siebecker chairman and pres, C C 
Ferber sec and treas, P A Aulbach 
mgr. 

National Boring and Drilling Co, 
The, (34) Coal Exchange. Samuel 
MacEachen pres, Stanley P Allen 
sec. 

Nay- Aug Coal Co, office (12) Com- 



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monwealth bldg. W J Hand pres, 
John G McAskie sec, C E Brad- 
bury treas. 

New England Koof Paint Co, 316 
Spruce. S H Bond sec, S N Mc- 
intosh mgr. 

New Process Bread Co, 1412 Penn 
av. VV M Finn pres, Frederick 
Fuller sec, C S Seamans treas; M 
B Peck mgr. 

New York, ISusquehauna and West- 
ern ( oal Co, ReiDubiican bldg, 229 

. N Washington av. R K Dow pres, 
J P Raflferty vice pres and sec, K 
C Shimeali treas. 

New York, Susquehanna and West- 
ern Railroad Lo, Republican bldg, 
229N Washingtonav. Simon Borg 
pres, W P Ogden, first vice pres, 
J P Rafferty second vice pres and 
sec, R u Shimeali treas. 

Northwest Coal Co, The, Republi- 
can bldg, 229 N Washington av. 
C D Simpson pres, T H VVatkins 
treas, A F Law sec. 

Northwestern Mining and Exchange 
Co, office (31) Republican bldg. E 
E Thomas pres, A R McDouough 
sec, Edward White treas. 

PARAGON PLASTER AND SUPPLY CO, 
THE,office521 Green Ridge, George 
D Brown pres, G A Clearwater 
treas, H R Reynolds sec, E L Mer- 
riman mgr, (see top lines) 

Peck Lumber ManufaeturiDg Co, 101 
to 111 E Market. J W Peck pres, 
E S Peck see and treas, H A Kauf- 
hold supt. 

PENNSYLVANIA ROOFING CO, 326 N 
Washington av. John P Albro 
pres, J H Fisher sec and treas (see 
page 52) 

People's Printing and Publishing 
Co, The, 324 Penn av. D J White- 
foid pres, Cliarles E Bradley treas. 

Pierce Coal Co, The, (lim), (17) Com- 
monwealth bldg. Thomas E .Jones 
sec and treas. 

Pocono Ice Co, office 400 Lacka av 
and Dock Ash Place. Thomas H 
Dale pres, Thomas R lirooks sec 
and treas, Geo M DeWitt gen mgr. 

Perseverance Club, office Coal Ex- 
change. William Bhune pres, 
Edward C Deans sec, John M 
Kemmerer treas 

Providence Coal ( o (Lim), Tribune 
Bldg, Spruce, cor Penn av. J H 
Steell chairman, R W Beadle sec 
and treas. 

-PROVIDENCE GAS AND WATER CO, 
1808 N Main av. W R Storrs pres. 



H F Atherton see and treas, J B 
Fish supt 

Riverside Coal Co, The, (17) Com- 
monwealth Bldg. James J Wil- 
liams pres, Thomas E Jones sec 
and treas. 

Ridge Turnpike Co, office 404 Lacka 
av. Charles du Pont Breck pres, 
J Atticus Robertson sec and treas. 

Rush Brook Coal Co, office (25) Li- 
brary Bldg. J S Jenkins pres, 
E A '. oray, -Jr, sec and treas. 

Santa Lucia Mining and Milling 
Co, The, (39, 40 and 41) Common- 
wealth Bldg. .John .1 Mathias 
pres, T J Foster sec, W W Watson 
treas. 

SANQUOIT SILK MANUFACTURING CO, 
THE, 302 Fig. A D Steell pres, 
Richard Rossmassler treas, J L 
Steell sec, S C Steell asst sec, Wm 
H Davis supt (see page 30) 

SCRANTON BUTTON CO, THE, Brooks 
cor Cedar av. Wm. Connell pres, 
Charles R Connell sec and treas 

SCRANTON BEDDING CO,THE, 602 and 
604 Lacka av. S G Kerr pres, 
D L Jewell vice pres, T H Benton 
sec aud mgr, L J Siebecker treas 
(see col page vi) 

Scran ton Board of Trade, 421 Lacka 
av. W A May pres, Luther Keller 
vice-pres, A W Dickson treas, H 
A Kingsbury sec. 

Seranton Electric Light & Heat Co, 
office 115 Wyoming av. W W 
Seranton pres, G B Hand see and 
treas. 

Seranton Gas and Water Co, office 
115 Wyoming av. W W Seranton 
pres, G B Hand sec and treas. 

SCRANTON TRACTION CO, Traders' 
National Bank bldg 234 Lacka av 
H H Archer gen mgr 

SCRANTON COMMERCIAL ASSOCIA- 
TION, 234 Lacka av. J U Hopewell 
pres, O B MacKnight vice pres, 
H B Andrews sec, Geo Ct VVinans 
treas, W J Tracy attorney (see top 
lines) 

Seranton Fiie-brick Co, (46 and 47) 
Commonwealth Bldg. D W Con- 
nolly pres, F L Phillips treas. 

SCRANTON FORGING CO,Green Ridge, 
C H Pond pres, A L Lewis vice 
pres, Henry Belin ,jr treas, E F 
Chamberlain sec 

Seranton Glass Co. 301 to 329 Green 
Ridge. J H Steell pres, E P Kinga- 
bury vice pres, Charles Hen wood 
sec and treas, M A Goodwin, supt, 

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SCRANTON ILLUMINATING, HEAT AND 
POWER CO, THE, 136 Wyoming av. 
B H Throop pres, James P Dick- 
son vice-pres, Joseph H Dunham 
treas, Fred C Hand sec, J E Par- 
rish supt 
Scran ton Iron Fence and Mfg Co, 
The, 1335 and 1337 C'apouse av. C 
P Matthews pres, J M Kemmerer 
viee pres, W D Henwood sec and 
treas, F G Kruegerman supt. 
Scranton Jar and Stopper Co The, 
Green Ridge, cor Meylert a v. M 
A Goodwin pres, Charles du Pont 
' Breck treas, H B Reynolds sec, T 

B Howe supt. 
Scranton Knitting Co The, 421 
Lacka av. L A Watres pres, John 
G Sherwood sec, Robert C Adams 
treas. 
Scranton Lace Curtain Mfg Co, Glen, 
cor Meylert av. J M Kemmerer 
pres, John G Sherwood sec, H J 
Anderson treas, A Mosley gen 
mgr. 
Scranton Packing Co The, 113 
Franklin av. P J Horan, pres, J 
L Connell, sec and treas 
SCRANTON PHOTO SUPPLY CO, THE, 
138 Wyoming av. Chas Bolwell, 
Jr, sec and mgr, Robert E Whit- 
ney pres and treas (see page 60) 
Scranton Publishing Co (Daily 
Times), B J JVJooney editor, D J 
Campbell managing editor. 
Scranton Supply and Machinery Co 
The, 131 Wyoming av, W H Tay- 
lor pres, H W Kingsbury sec and 

SCRANTON STOVE WORKS, New 

York, cor Jefferson a v. J A Lan- 
sing pres, A C Fuller sec and 

SCRANTON WOOD WORKING CO (LIm), 

510 to 516 Penn av. H C Hinman , 
pres, Charles Henwood treas (see j 
page 75) , 

Silver Creek Mining Co The, rooms 
57 and 58 Commonwealth BIdg. j 
W H Taylor, pres, E P Kingsbury i 
sec and treas. 

SMITH J, BORUCH & DIDIK CO (Lim), i 
410 S Washington av. J Smith { 
pres, Charles Didik sec and treas | 
(see page 96) j 

Spring Brook Water Co, 421 Lacka 1 

av. pres, Louis A ' 

Watres sec, Abram Nesbit treas. j 

Sterrick Creek Coal Co, office 118 j 
Wyoming av. J J Albright, pres, 1 
Buffalo, N Y, Thomas S Sprague, 
sec, W T Smith, treas. | 



Summit Coal Co, office, rooms 16, 17 
and 18 Republican Bldg. C D 
Simpson pres, T H Watkins sec 
and treas. 
Suburban Electric Light Co The, 11 
Commonwealth Bldg. H T Howell 
pres, E B Sturgess treas, W J 
Jones supt. 
STOWERS PORK PACKING AND PRO- 
VISION CO, THE, 2 Lacka av. W 
W Manness pres, F D Watts treas, 
J R Schlager sec 
Taylor Water Company The, 421 
Lacka av. L A Watres pres, 
Robert C Adams sec and treas. 
Tisdell Camera and Manufacturing 
Co The, 406 Spruce. W L Hen- 
wood pres, F W Stillwell treas, H 
E Stillwell sec and mgr. 
Washburn & Moen Mfg Co, The, 
129 Franklin av. Theo H Dibble 
man. 
WESTON MILL CO (Ltd), office 47 and 
49 Lacka av. Wm Connell pres, 
Alex W Dickson sec and treas 
West Bridge Coal Co, The, (14) 
Commonwealth Bldg. T C Von 
Storch pres, C E Chittenden sec 
and treas. 
Whitehall Land and Improvement 
Co, The, (39, 40 and 41) Common- 
wealth Bldg. A C Leisenring 
pres, W W Watson sec and tree. 
W hitehall Water Co, The, (39, 40 and 
41) Commonwealth Bldg. A C 
Leisenring pres, W W Watson 
sec and treas. 
Wilson Lumber Co, The, (12 and 13) 
Commonwealth Bldg. James P 
Dickson pres, James J Williams 
vice-pres, Charles E Bradbury 
sec and treas. 
WINTON FOUNTAIN PEN CO, THE, 312 
Penn av. Walter W Winton pres, 
J Frank Seigel sec, A H Winton 
treas, W H Withers gen mgr 
WITHERS W H PAPER CO (Ltd), 312 
Penn av. W H Withers chairman, 
S M Withers sec, W M Withers 
treas 
Wyoming Land Co, office, 16 17 
and 18 Republican Bldg. T H 
Watkins pres, H P Simpson sec, 
C D Simpson treas. 

Stone Dealers. 

CARLUCCI FRANK & BRO, 720 to 724 

Scranton (see page 24) 
Edginton William, 110 S Hyde 
Park av 



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McSHERRY DENNIS & CO, 704 Wash- 
ington av (see back col page A) 
Mock J W, 916 Birch 
MULDOON (Si BOWE, Penu av corner 

Poplar (see page 10) 
Schroeder Conrad (36 and 38) Com- 
monwealth Bldg 
SYKES SAM, 1235 Penu av (see p 74) 
STIPP PETER, 520 Spruce (see p 32) 
TEETER C L BLUE STONE CO, (35) 
Republican bldg (see back col p A) 
WICKIZER W H, 328 S Main av 
Williams Edwin S, Ash, cor Penn 
avenue 

Storage Warehouse. 

KETCHAM W P, 415 to 421 Linden (see 
front col p viii) 

Stove Brick Mfrs. 

LPatent Cemeat.] 
Beers C L, 52 Marrifield 



Store Mfrs. 

NOVELTY IRON WORKS, 136 Wyom- 
ing av (see front col p v) 

SCRANTON STOVE WORKS, New 
York, cor Jefferson avenue 

Stove Repairs. 

[See also Stoves and Tinware. J 

Battin Henry & Co, 126 Penn av 
Beers C L, 301 N Main av 
Conueil W P ct Sous, 118 Penu av 
NOVELTY IRON WORKS, 136 Wyom- 
ing av (see front col p v) 
ZEIGLER & SCHUMACHER, 501 and 
503 Cedar av (see ("age 71) 

Stoves aiHl Tinware Dealers. 

Baltin Henry & Co, 126 Penn av 
Beers C' L. 301 N Main av 
Connell W P ifc Sons, 118 Penn av 
COWLES W C, 11(07 N Main avenue 
Devers James M, 340 W Market 
Doud \V G & Ct), 509 Lacka av 
Koote & Shear, 521 Ijacka av 
Foster S M, 114 S Main av 
(liunsterct Forsyth, 327 Penn uv 
Howley Bros, 3*38 and 340 J'enn av 
Hughes R J. 124 S Main av 
LACKAWANNA HARDWARE CO, 221 

Lacka av and 222 and 224 Centre 

(see front col p xii) 



Leonard B E, 514 Lacka av 
Leonard Thomas, 505 Lacka av 
Levi B C, 409 Penn av 
Lewis Lewis W, (agt), 1547 Dickson 
avenue 

Mcknight george m, 112 n Hyde 

Park av (see p 78) 
MONIES G B & A C, 1542 Dickson av 

(see page S) 
MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence 

square (see front col. p. vii.). 
Ober Joseph, .337 Penn av 
Reese S M, HI S Main av 
SLACK C P. 1548 Dickson av (seep 34) 
YOOS &. DOYLE, 124 N Main av 
ZEIGLER &. SCHUMACHER, 501 and 

503 Cedar avenue 



Straw Goods. 

Crane Frank L, (wholesale), 324 
Lacka av 



Surveyors. 

[See also Civil and Mining Engineers.] 

BARTL EDMUND A, 404 Lacka av (see 
page 48) 

Tackle Blocks. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 4.34* Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover)- 

Tailors and Clothes Cleaners 

(See also Merchant Tailors. 

ALBRECHT JOSEPH L (agt), 403 Hick- 
ory 
Beck D, 531 Linden 
Davis D E, 119 S Main av 
Doeisan Philip, 241 Penn av 
Dyer James, 1516 Pittstou av 
Faust John, 217 Spruce 
Gould J A, 319 Penn av 
Graf George, 534 Hickory 
GRAMPP A, 1544 Dickson av (see p 14) 
Grieves William H, 237 Penn av 
iluss Peter, 608 Cedar av 
Klasen John, 238 Peun av 
Landure Isidore, 320 Spruce, 
Maddocks G H, 121 Wyoming av 
INI less D E, 311 Lacka av 
Ml ESS T G, 327 Spruce (see page 57) 
Miller King, 221 Wyoming av 
MorriH Marx, 420 S'Washingtou av 
Nicholls Richard, 1110 Jackson 
OSWALD & SON, 820 Pittstou av 
Ross John, 307 Spruce 
Schmitt Ferinaud, 210 Fifth av 



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Schuwenker John W, 315 Centre 
SIMPSON JOHN, 107 and 109 Wyom- 
ing av (see page 38) 
Wideman J B, 209 Penn av 
Williams Joseph, W 236 N Main av 

Tar. 

HUNT &. CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. [see inside front cover]. 

Taxidermist. 

Friant George P, 102 N Washington 

Teachers. 

CDress Cutting.) 

TRIPP M A (MRS), 434 Adams av (see 
page 3) 

Teaming- and Trucking. 

(See also Draymen.) 

ATHERTON GEORGE E, 1507 N Main 
FARRELL M, 226 Lacka av (see p 36) 
JOHNSON J E, 1236 Providence road 

(see page 21) 
Jones, Timothy H, 117 Morris Court 
Veith Godlip, 737 Birch 

« 

Teas^ Coffee and Spices. 

Burr Daniel W & Co, 139 Franklin 

avenue 
Gl-and Union Tea Co, 103 8 Mainav 
Jones Bros, 311 Lacka av 
IMPORTERS TEA CO,(M S Groffmgr), 

224 Wyoming av 
Scranton Cash Store, 134 and 136 N 

Washington av 

Telegraph Offices. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, 236 
Lacka av 



Terra Cotta. 

KELLER LUTHER, 813 W Lacka av 
(see front cover) 

Theatres. 

Academy of Music (M H Burgunder 

manager), 239 Wyoming av 
Eden Musee 221 and 223 Lacka av 



FROTHSNGHAM'S (John H Black- 
wood mgr), Wyoming nr Ponn av 

New Wonderland (George E Davjs 
prop), 314 Linden 

Ticket Agents. 

EVANS DANIEL J, 126 N Main av 
Kirby George, 306 Lacka av 
McDERMOTT J F, 96 and 98 Wyoming 

av (see page 26) 
MORGAN B G, 101 N Main av (see p 96) 
Pry or William L, '309 Lacka av 
SMITH i, BARUCH & DIDiK CO (Lim), 

410 S Washington av (see p 96) 
Smith Mark L, 328 Lacka av 

Tiles. 

Gray W A, 320 Washington av 
HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 
KELLER LUTHER, 813 W Lacka av 

(see front cover) 



Tinware Dealers. 

[See also Stoves and Tinware.] 

GREAT FOUR CENT STORE (J H Lad- 
wig, prop), 310 Lacka av (see p 48) 

MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 
(see front col. p. vii.). 

Tin and Sheet Iron Workers. 

rsee also Stoves and Tinware.] 

COWLES W C, 1907 If Main avenue 
Devers James M*, 340 W Market 
Doud W G & Co, 609 Lacka av 
Poster S M, 114 S Main av 
Hughes R J, 128 S Main av 
Mullen Thomas F, 315 Spruce 
MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 

(see front col. p. vii.). 
SLACK C P, 1518 Dickson av (see p 34) 

Tobacconists. 

Clark & Snover Co, The, 112 to 122 
Adams av 



Tobacco and Cigars. 

See Cigars and Tobacco. 

Tools. 

See also Machinery; also Hardware. 

Elsinger Daniel, 317| Centre 



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Matter .Tainefs, 820 VV Lacka av 
HUNT & CONNELL CO., 484 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover^i. 
TISDEL L W, (small), 118 Franklin 
avenue (see page 26) 

Toys and Notions. 

Arcbbald George, 304 W Market 
GREAT FOUR CENT STORE (J H Lad- 
wig, prop), 310 Lacka av (see p48) 
WILLIAMS J D &. BRO, 314 Lacka av 

(see page 44) 
Woolworth & Co, 319 Lacka av 

Trunks, Bags, Etc. 

Bartholomew A D, 123 Penn av 

Brown M, 224 Lacka av 

Cohen J E, 326 Lacka av 

Fritz G W, 410 Lacka av 

HOUSER C W, 200 Lacka av (see p 

107) 
Keller & Harris, 117 Penn av 
Morris Bros, 330 Lacka av 
MULLEY, AMBROSE, Providence sq. 

(see front col. p. vii.). 



Truckmen and Teamsters. 

See Draymen. 

Twine. 

MEGARGEE BROS (wholesale), 130 N 
Washington av (see bade cover 
and page 50) 

Withers W H Co dim), (wholesale), 
312 Penn av 

Typewriters and Supplies. 

Wyckoff, Seainans & Benedict, 4.85 
Spruce 

Umbrella Mfrs and Repairers 

FLOREY& HOLT, 408 Spruce (see p 14) 

Undertakers. 

CUSICK OWEN, 426 Lacka av 

Hazlett W H, 315 Mulberry 

Miller G A, 434 Cedar av 

NEVILLE & TAGUE, 202 N Main av 

0'Boyle.TJ, 244 Penn a v 

Price T J, 208 S Main av 

Price William & Son, 135 S Main av 



Raub A R, 425 Spruce 
Regan T P, 301 W Market 
Schoenfeld Reinhard, 310 Frank- 
lin av 
STORR CHRISTIAN, 615 Cedar av 
Wymbs M F, 1112 Jackson 



Undertakers' Snpplies. 

Miller T M & Co, 2 and 4 Lacka av. 

Underwear Mfrs, 

LACKAWANNA MILLS CO, THE, Brook 
cor Remington av 

Upholsterers and Upholstery 
(xoods. 

(See tilso Furniture Dealers.) 
Bently A, 316 Cedar av 
BENTON J L, 331 Adams av (see back 

cover) 
Freeman Lord, Wood, cor Diamond 

avenue 
HAZLETT C H, 226 Spruce (see front 

col page xi) 
Hull & Co, 205 and 207 Wyoming av 
KERR & SIEBECKER, 406 and 408 

Lacka av (see front col page vi) 
KINBACK J F, 613i Gibson (see p 60) 
Sissenberger William, 229 and 231 

Penn av 
\\ ilhelm Christian, 2 Green Ridge 

Variety Stores. 

(See also Confectionery and Kruil.) 

Buchta Albert, 1201 Lloyd 
Calley Patrick, 616 Beech 
Cammer Chester, 1702 Washburn 
Conley Patrick, 616 Beech 
Casper Peter, 1013 Irving av 
Corbett Mary (Mrs), 205 Stone av 
Coy le James, 716 River 
Davis E (Miss), 2000 Washburn 
Davis Ricbard B, 2618 N Main av 
Deckert Lizzie (Mrs), 1140 Thompson 
Dugher M, 810 W Market 
Elliis S (Miss), 1020 Lacka av 
Evans B G, 1512 Washburn 
Flanagan John S, Hollow 
Ford Mary (Mrs), 940 W Market 
Glancy P J, 1715 Luzerne 
Graham James, 1516 Luzerne 
GREAT FOUR CENT STORE (J H Lad- 
wig, prop), 310 LacKa av (see p 48'i 
(Jrillin Edward, 470 Murv 
Grirtis D L, 3401 N Main av 



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JACQUES SIMON, N Main av, cor 

Providence road 
JEHU THOMAS, 1813 Wayne avenue 
JONES D H, 416 Thirteenth 
Heffner Fred , 732 Beech 
Henery Lizzie T, 1922 Brick av 
Karney S, 1672 Keiser av 
Kearney Bridget (Mrs), 1623 Lu- 
cerne 
Kennev John, 308 W Market 
Lewis B E, 125 W Market 
Lewis James (Mrs), 436 N Main av 
Lukan John, 1209 Lloyd 
Morgan J T> (Mrs), 1152 Eynon 
Moses James, 1602 V\ ashburn 
Moses J D, 412 N Main av 
MURRAY MARY (Mrs), 1406 Luzerne 
Noll John, 621 Birch 
POWELL REESE C, 1130 Eynon 
Pirie John, 111 Penn ave 
Rees Henrv E, 1910 Wayne av 
Scahill L M (Miss), 219 W Market 
Smith Victoria (Mrs), 332 S Main av 
Sullivan B (Mrs) 1506 Prospect av 
Sweeney James A, 2503 Jackson 
Thomas A (Mrs) 1716 Wayne av 
Ttiomas Wm B, 222 Sherman av 
Three-Cent Store (M Perry prop), 

523 Lacka av 
WALSH PATRICK R, 1865 Bloom av 
WHEELER H F (Mrs), 729Scranton 
White R, 319 Prospect av 
WILLIAMS J D & BRO, 112 S Main av 
(see page 44) 

Variiisli. 

Bee Paints, Oil and Glass. 



Taiilt Lights. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO, 434 Lacka- 
wanna av (see inside front cover) 



Tentilators. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO, 434 Lacka- 
wanna av (see inside front cover) 



Teteriiiary Surgeons. 

ADAMS C W, 124 Lindeil 
HELMER JACOB, 311 Spruce 
HELMER R C. 311 Spruce 
SITTERLEY C M, 202 Wyoming av 
Sturge E, 326 Dix Court 

Tiiiegar Mfrs. 

Maloney Oil & Mfg Co, 721 W Lacka 



Yiolin Mfrs and Repairers. 

FIDIAM JAMES, 1 Wheeler place (see 
page 38) 



Wall Plaster. 

[Patent.] 

PARAGON PLASTER AND SUPPLY CO, 
THE, 521 Green Ridge (see top lines) 



Watches/ Clocks and Jewelry 

Ackerman G L, 226 Wyoming av 
Berry W W, 303 Sprace 
Bonn Henry, 410 (. edar av 
Bost William, 530 Pittston av 
Christuian David, 329 Penn av 
Davidow Bros, 217 Lacka av 
DeWitt W H (agt), 203 Lack av) 
Evans I B, 107 S Main av 
FREEMAN C W, Penn av cor Spruce 
Fritz F C, 1913 N Main av 
Greeley W E. 1 549 Dickson aV 
GREEN JOSEPH, 107 Lacka av (see 

front col page x) 
Gross F, 433 Spruce 
HAETTICH PETER,(repr), 213 Penn av 
HARRISON I, (agt), 233 Penn av (see 

page 26) 
HOGAN P J, 341 W Market 
JONES LINCOLN A, 131 Penn av (see 

back cover) 
Keene L M, 1121 Jackson 
KELL E, (repairer) 511 Cedar av 
Kerner D, 237 Penn av 
Klein Seb (repairer), 912 Luzerne 
LEVY N B & BRO, (wholesale). Coal 

Exchange (see top lines) 
Lloyd Edwin G, 423 Lacka av 
Luther Conrad. 107 Wyoming av 
Mercereau & Connell, 307 Lacka av 
PHILLIPS GEORGE & CO, (wholesale), 

(27 and 28) Coal Exchange (see 

top lines) ^ 

Reichert M, 417 Lacka av 
ROGERS A E, 215 Lacknwanna av 
Schlieder Moses, 411 S Washington 

avenue 
Schrieber f harles, 1205 Cedar av 
Schimpff E, 317 Lackawanna av 
TEAL J H (agent), 1911 N Main av 
TOBEY M, 141 Penn avenue 
Waters George, 119 S Main av 
WEICHEL WILLIAM J, (Arcade bldg) 

115 Wvoming avenue 
Wright Le Grand & Co, 323 Spruce 



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Watchmaker's Materials and 
Tools. 

LEVY N B &, BRO, (wholesale), Coal 

Exchange (see top lines) 
PHILLIPS GEORGE & CO, (wholesale), 

(27 and 28) Coal Exchange (see 

top lines) 

Water Company. 

PROVIDENCE GAS AND WATER CO, 
THE, 1808 N Main av 

Well Diggers and Drillers. 

National Boring and Drilling Co, 
(84j Coal Exchange 

Western Loans. 

See Real Estate Agents. 



Wines, Liquors, Etc. 

See Liquors and Wines. 

Wire Goods Mfrs. 

Ko98 W W, (coal screens), 448 N 
Eighth 

Wire Nails. 

See also Hardware, 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 4;U i.acka- 
wauna av. (see inside front cover). 



Wire Rope. 

HUNT &, COHNELL CO, 484 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 

KINGSBURY HENRY A, 318 Spruce 

LACKAWANNA HARDWARE CO, 221 
Ijacka av (see front col page xii) 

Washburn & Moen Manufacturing 
Co, 129 Eraukliu av 

Women's Exchange. 

Wt)men's Exciianji;e, The, 144 N 
Washington av 



Wood Box Mfrs. 

Blanciiard Wilbur S, (cigar), 203 N 
Seventh 



Wood Engravers. 

BENORE JOHN &, SON, 710 to 716 

Scranton 
SMITH A C. Dix Court 



Wood Mantels. 

HUNT &, CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cove>r). 



Wood Split Pulleys. 

HUNT & CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Wostenliolm's Cutlery. 

HUNT &. CONNELL CO., 434 Lacka- 
wanna av. (see inside front cover). 



Wood Turners. 

BENORE JOHN 8l SON, 710 to 716 

Scranton 
CHEMBERLIN J E, Dix Court (see p 2) 
Green J^idge Lumber Co, .515 to 521 

Green Ridge 
SCRANTON WOODWORKING CO iLtd), 

510 to 51(i Peuii av (see page 75) 



Wood and Willow Ware. 

W holesale. 

Brown Frank P A: Co, 720 \V Lacka 
avenue 



Yeast. 

Fleischuuiu »ic Co, 242 Adauis av 



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Nobby Suits and Overcoats 
220 Lackawanna Avenue. 



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189 3-4. 



Arranged Alphabetically by Business. In order to find the address of a 
business man, woman or firm, turn alphabetically to the heading of busi- 
ness which th&y are in. Should you not find them be sure and look in 
some other heading which they may come under before you come to the 
conclusion that their names are not in the book. 



Bakers. 

Decker Chancey, 216 E Drinker 
Lutz M, 211 E Drinker 

Barbers. 

BURNS THOMAS A, Chestnut, cor 

Elm 
Cook John H, 134 Chestnut 
Hoflman Jacob, Third, cor Butler 
McAndrew Michael J, Fourth, near 

Dudley 
Purcell William L, 205 E Drinker 
Borar David G, 100 E Drinker 

Blacksmiths. 

BRADER H E, 109 Brook 
Doud Patrick F, 361 Butler 
Frey John, Green Ridge, cor Monroe 
Hall Warner J, Apple, cor Calvin 
MAURER &, CO, Blakely, near Pine 
NEALOUS WILLIAM J, Calvin, above 
Chestnut (see page 40) 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

Allen G W B, 107 Chestnut 
Coleman James M, 301 E Drinker 
Maloney M G, Blakely, cor Drinker 
Moffat & Williamson, Third 
PINKNEY H, 151 Chestnut (see p 42) 

Boot and Shoe Makers. 

Carbo January, 155 Chestnut 
Carbo G, 234 Spencer 
Decker Chauncy, 216 Drinker 
Denmark Michael, 828 E Drinker 
Hennin William, 114 Blakely 
Kellum Frank, rear 312 Chestnut 



Mafucci Michael, Elm, cor Pine 
Maloney M G, 100 E Drinker 
Margotta John, Butler, cor Third 
Nigro Rocco, 209 W Drinker 
PINKNEY HARLAND, 151 Chestnut 

(see page 42) 
WOLCOTT JUDSON, 123 Apple 

Bottlers. 

DAVITT JAMES H, 247 and 249 Spen- 
cer (see page 78) 

KREINBUR6 &. PFAHLER, Cross, cor 
Williams (see page 103 



Box Manufacturers. 

FUHR FRANK, (cigar), 112 Grove (see 
page 69) 



Brewers. 

McQuade & Son, 340 Blakely 

Builders' Materials. 

OSTERHOUT W D & SON, Third, near 
E and W V R R (see page 40) 

Building and Loan Associa- 
tions. 

Dunmore Building and Loan Asso- 
ciation 

Cabinet Maker. 

LETCHWORTH THOMAS P, 120 Cheat- 
nut (see page 40) 



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Carpenters and Builders. 

Bell W H, 197 Cherry 

BURKE HUGH, 127 Riggs 

Cole Jansen, Spencer, cor Ambrose 

Ehrgood Oscar D, 228 Butler 

Foster Richard 143 Riggs 

HUFF & CRAWFORD, 117 Grove 

KOHL JOHN D, Madison avenue cor 

Delaware (see page 36) 
LEWIS BENJAMIN S, Marion corner 

Adams av 
Long Thomas A, 110 Bloom 
MORAHAN MICHAEL, 224 Apple (see 

page 66) 
Moran James J , 723 Jefferson av 
Oakley Dennisou K, 139 Madison av 
OSTERHOUT W D & SON, Third near 

E & W V R R depot (see page 40) 
SIMPSON SMITH,917 Blakely (see p 98) 
Swartz Henry J, 469 Electric av 
Swingle A T, Blakely 

Carpet Weavers. 

Frichtel George, 812 Ridge 
Weber Charles, 117 S Blakely 

Carpets and Oilcloths. 

LETCHWORTH T P, 120 Chestnut (see 
page 40) 

Carriage Builders and Be 
pairers. 

Griffin Leander L, 107 Brook 
Hall Warner J, Apple, cor Calvin 
Kohler Joseph, 148 Chestnut 
MAURER 8l CO, 350 S Blakely 
NEALOUS WILLIAM J, Calvin above 
Chestnut (see page 40) 

Carriage and Wagon Dealers 

NEALOUS WILLIAM J, Calvin above 

Chestnut (see page 40) 

Cigar Box Mfr. 

FUHR FRANK, 112 Grove (see p 69) 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Clark Patrick J, Chestnut, near 

Potter 
Langan William, Adams av, cor 

Larch 



McHale John, 401 S Blakely 

Robinson George 201 Mill 



Clothing Dealers. 

See also General Stores. 

Maloney M G, Blakely, cor Drinker 
Coal Mines and Operators. 

Filer«& Livey Winton 

Green Ridge Colliery, Jefferson av 

Jones Thomas E, Adams av, cor 

Green Ridge 
PENNSYLVANIA COAL CO, Smith cor 

Mill 
Pennsylvania No 5, Pine, near 

Blakely 
Pierce Coal Co (Lim), Winton 
Spencer A D & F M, Drinker, near 

Spencer 

Contractors and Builders. 

BURKE HUGH, 127 Riggs 

Cole Jansen, Ambrose, cor Spencer 

KOHL JOHN D, Madison avenue cor 

Delaware (see page 36) 
LEWIS B S, Marion cor Adams av 
Long Thomas A, 110 Bloom 
OSTERHOUT W D &, SON, Third near 

E and W V R R (see page 40) 
MORAHAN MICHAEL, 224 Apple (see 

page 66) 
SIMPSON SMITH, Blakely (see p 98) 
Swingle A F Blakely 



Decorators. 

.See also Painters. 

KROTZER & BIESECKER, 319 Apple 

and 115 Shoemaker [see page 42] 
PABST GEORGE, 823 Irving av (see 
P83) 

Dentists. 

Carty Elmer P, 108 S Blakely 
Marcy Olin J, 11-5 Cherry 

Dining Rooms. 

Jones Harvey, 106 Drinker 

Doors, Sash and Blinds. 

BURKE HUGH, 127 Riggs 

LEWIS B S, Marion cor Adams av 

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OSTERHOUT W D & SON, Third near 
E & W V fi R depot (see page 40) 

Draymen. 

Farrell John, 209 Corner 

GREAVES WALTER, 234 Butler (see 

page 96) 
HARVEY RICHARD, 212 Butler 
McDade Dennis, 232 Apple 
MCMILLAN BROS, Blakely (see p 98) 
Wagner F E, 306 E Drinker 

Dressmakers. 

Eagan Nellie L, 811 Taylor av 
Flannery Mary (Miss), 112 Potter 
Finnerty Maggie, 152 Pine 
Hastings Maggie, 118 Potter 
Hopkins Julia, 806 Donegal 
Johnson Sarah A, Butler cor Fourth 
Keller Lettie (Miss), 213 Mill 
Kreger Clara, 224 Cherry 
McHugh Bridget, 216 Pine 
McLean Eliza, 724 Wicklow 
Marshall Matilda, Dudley cor Ir- 
ving av 
Masters May, 619 Elm 
O'Horo Mary A, 255 Pine 
Rolf Minna, 706 Adams av 
Swingle Ida, 325 Clay av 
Townsend M A, 130 Shoemaker 
Warner, Alice, 124 Adams av 

Druggists. 

Bone Julius G& Son, 102 E Drinker 
LUDWIG OSCAR, 107 S Blakely 
People's Drug Store, 404 Elni 

Dry and Fancy Groods. 

See General Stores. 

rish. Oysters, Etc. 

McCLINTOCK T B, Jefferson av cor 

Electric (see page 87) 

Florists. 

McCLINTOCK THOMAS B, Jeflfersonav 

cor Electric (see page 87) 
Palmer John, Cherry near Third 

Flour and Grist Mills. 
CRISMAN V H, 514 and 516 Blakely 



Furniture Dealers. 

LETCHWORTH THOMAS P, 120 Chest- 
nut (see page 40) 

(jas and Water Co. 

Dunmore Gas and Water Co, Mill 
cor Smith 



General Stores. 

See also Grocers. 

ALGER J, 113 Blakely 

Allen George W B, Chestnut near 

Drinker 
Boland & Son, 1124 Drinker 
BRADY WILLIAM & SON, 554 Smith 
BURKE &, 6ILLIGAN, 208 Chestnut 
Costello William J, Chestnut near 

Drinker 
Duggau John, 367 Chestnut 
Dunmore Cash Store, 200 E Drinker 
GLYNN MICHAEL T, .uill cor Burke 
HISSUNG H, 819 Ridge 
Horan & Healey, 422 Chestnut 
JOHNSON S, Grove cor Blakely 
Langan Patrick C, Wicklow cor 

Carry 
MANLEY PATRICK D, 213 Chestnut 
Manley Patrick W, 130 Apple 
Moffat & Williamson, Third near 

Cherry 
Mongan F T, Chestnut cor Elm 
Stolfi D, Smith 
Swartz s D Son, 104 E Drinker 
SWIFT JOHN E, 308 and 310 Chestnut 

Grocers. 

Retail. 
See also General Stores. 

Allen G W B, 107 Chestnut 
ALGER ABNER, 113 N Blakely 
Boland & Son, 724 Drinker 
Brady & Son, 554 Smith 
BURKE J J (Mrs), Drinker 
BURKE &, GILLIGAN, 208 Chestnut 
Coleman J M, 301 E Drinker 
Dietrich Gottlieb, 810 Preseott av 
Gibbons Michael, 841 E Drinker 
Grady P J, 1022 Drinker 
HISSUNG HENRY, 819 Ridge 
JOHNSON S, Grove corner Blakely 
Minnich Karlo, 115 Pine 
MANLEY PD, 213 Chestnut 
Raune John, 703 Quincy av 
Ross Joseph, 214 Willow 
Smith Melchior K, Grove cor Dun- 
more road 
SWIFT J E, 308 and 310 Chestnut 



Kim Park M. E. Church, 

Counell Bailding, 

Oreen Ridg;e Presbyterian Church, 



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Warden & Palmer, Third cor Butler 
WHITMORE WILLIAM H, 132 Jefferson 
avenue 



Hardware aud Cutlery. 

See also General Stores. 

Hughes T J, 129C hestnut 
McLane Martin V, 319 Chestnut 
Pinnell John W, 302 E Drinker 

Hariiessmakers and Dealers. 

Fritz Philip G, 203 E Drinker 
Moffat P M, 104 Drinker 

Horseshoers. 

See Blacksmiths. 

Hotels. 

See also Liquors and Wines." 

DUNMORE HOTEL (I C Smith, prop), 

210 E Drinker 
DOUDICAN P J, 802 Donegal 
Eagle Hotel (Harrington Bros), 111 

Chestnut 
Exchange Hotel (J S Smith, prop), 

Blakely cor Drinkei- 
HARMONY HOTEL (August Wahlers, 

prop), 148 and 150 Grove 
Laurel Hill Parte Hotel (N Colle, 

prop), op park 

Iron and Steel Mfrs. 

Dunmore Iron aud Steel Co, Smith 
cor Mill 



Iron Founders. 

PINNELL JONES, Apple near E 
Drinker 

Laundries. 

Soo Look, 208 E Drinker 

Liquors «nd Wines. 

8ce also Hotels. 

Brogau John J, 213 Corner 
Berini Peter, Third, cor Butler 
Colle N, opp Laurel Hill Park 
DOUDICAN P J, 802 Donegal 



Dougherty Thomas J, 256 Walnut 
GEARDI ViTO, 252 Willow 
Gibbons Martin. 811 Drinker 
GOLDEN THOMAS J, 405 Chestnut 
Harrington Bros, 111 Chestnut 
Hawley John, 111 Blakely 
Hughes M C, Blakely 
Jordan S H (Mrs), 412 Chestnut 
Kane P J, 600 Drinker 
Kelley J H & Co, 223 Drinker 
KNAPP PETER, 209 S Blakely 
Knox A J, 103 Blakely 
McDonnell John J, 44 Potter 
MCDONNELL MICHAEL, 312 Chestnut 
McGowan T J, 344 Chestnut 
McHale John H, 401 Blakely 
Murphy John J, 723 Drinker 
Murphy P F, 149 Chestnut 
O'DONNELL THOMAS, 207 E Drinker 
Ruane Catherine (Mrs) 703 Qnincy 

avenue 
RUANE THOMAS, 254 Pine 
Scott John J, 337 Chestnut 
Smith J S, Blakely, cor Drinker 
SMITH L C, 210 E Drinker 
TEEVAN P J, 1120 Drinker 
Wagner Philip, 831 Prescott av 
WAHLERS AUGUST, 148 and 150 Grove 

Livery Staples. 

[ See Stables.] 

Lumber Dealers. 

BURKE HUGH, 127 Riggs 
OSTERHOUT W D & SON, First corner 

Williams (see page 40) 



Machinists. 

Dunmore Iron and Steel Co., Mill, 
cor Smith 



Meat Markets. 

Banks Michael H, Elm, cor Chest- 
nut 
BOLAND JOHN, 237 Walnut 
FLANELLYJOHN F, Elm cor Chestnut 
FLYNN OWEN, 106 Chestnut (see p 42) 
Kreinberg Rheiuhold, 801 Third 
LOVELAND WILLIAM T, Blakely near 

Grove (see page 42) 
M ALLEY MICHAEL G, 312 Drinker 
Potter George W i*c Son, 109 E 

Drinker 
Quiun & Greavy, 213 Ward 
Schuller John E, 346 Blakely 
Trustel Chas, Prescott av 



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Merchant Tailor. 

Burke Michael, 131 Chestnut 

Milk Depots. 

Jones Harvey, 106 W Drinker 
Sansenbaugh Thomas L, 222 Cherry 
Stark William, Blakely, near Wil- 
liams 
Wardeil & Palmer, Third, corner 
Butler 

Milliners and Millinery Goods 

Duffy Kate, Chestnut, near Drinker 

News Dealer. 

CULLEN FRANK, 106 Chestnut 

Newspaper. 

DUNMORE PIONEER (weekly), 122 
Quincy av (see page 54) 

Nurserymen. 

See also Florists. 

McCLINTOCK T B, Jefferson av cor 

Electric (see page 87) 
Palmer John, Cherry 

Painters and Paper Hangers. 

KROTZER &, BIESECKER, 319 Apple 
and 115 Shoemaker (see page 42) 

Painters, Sign and Orna- 
mental. 

KROTZER &, BIESECKER, 319 Apple 

and 115 Shoemaker (see page 42) 
PABST GEORGE, 823 Irving avenue 

(see page 83) 

Physicians. 

Beyea Harry D, Smith, cor Mill 
Chemberlain George J, 129 N Blakely 
Dean G Edgar, 303 Madison av 
GARVEY JAMES B, 121 N Blakely 
HopkinsBenjamin C, 220 W Drinker 
Lange Frederick W, 311 Madison av 
MARCY WILLIAM L, 115 Cherry 
Murphy James R, 310 E Drinker 
Snyder Samuel C, 1608 Jefferson av 
WINTERS PETER, 135 S Blakely 



Planing Mill. 
BURKE HUGH, 127 Riggs 

Plumbers. 

Hughes Thomas J, 124 Chestnut 
McLane M V, 319 Chestnut 
Pinnell J W, Drinker, cor Apple 

Printers, Book and Job. 

WOODWARD BROS, 122 Quincy av 
(see page 54) 

Railroads. 

Erie & Wyoming Railroad, Smith, 
near Mill 

Stables. 

Allen S L, 134 Drinker 

GREAVES WALTER, 234 Butler (see 
page 96) 

McDonough A P, Tripp, near 
Drinker 

McMillan BROS, Andrew cor Blake- 
ly (see page 98) 

O'Donnell T J, Apple 

Stove Dealers. 

Stegeman F W, 1230 Pine 
Wagner George, Cross 

Stove Mfrs. 

SCRANTON STOVE WORKS, New York 

cor Jefferson avenue 

Stoves and Tinware Dealers. 

McLane M V, 319 Chestnut 
Pinnell J W, Drinker cor Apple 

Teachers. 

Music. 

Barton Belle, 129 W Drinker 
Becker Sloan M, Monroe av cor 

Delaware 
Gray George H, Smith cor Butler 

Teamsters and Truckmen, 

See Draymen, 



Clocks and Silverware 



A.T WHOT^ESAI^E ONLY. 

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Undertakers. 

Golden Bros, 417 Chestnut 

LETCHWORTH THOMAS P, 120 Chest- 
nut (see page 40) 

McMillan BROS, Andrew corBlake- 
]y (see page 98) 

O'DONNELL THOMAS J, 207 E Drinker 

Variety Stores. 

BURKE J J (Mrs), Drmker 



Clark P J, 221 Chestnut 
Cooney B W, 222 Chestnut 
Jackson J W, 927 Drinker 
Quinn N, 258 Elm 



Watchmakers and Jewelers. 

Baker Alonzo B, 125 Quincy av 
Cooney Bernard W, 222 Chestnut 
HofFman John, ICS and 105 Drinker 



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Attorney-at-Law. 

Quintin, Thomas, Lack 

Baker. 

Morman J M, 216 Lacka 

Banks. 

OLYPHANT TRUST CO, Lackawaana. 
George H Hull pres, S N Callender 
vice-pres, M J Stone treas (,see 
page 110) 

Barbers. 

Harris Edward, 219 Lacka 
Hastings Mike, 313 Lacka 
Parry Edward, 100 Lacka 
TAYLOR R W, 206 Lackawanna 
Williams Richard, 130 Delaware 
"Williams Thomas L, 226i Lacka 

Bicycles and Tricycles. 

BONN HENRY & SON, 218 Lacka 

Board of Trade. 

Olyphant Boai'd of Trade, Lacka, 
cor Dunmore, T Frank Jordan 
pres, G M Hull vice-pres, Z D 
Edwards sec, J J Lynch, treas 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

JORDAN JAMES, 401 Dunmore 
MATTHEWS S J, Delaware 



Spitz George, Lacka 

Boot and Shoe Makers and 
Repairers. 

Eerezik J, 110 Jones 

Hodgson T C, Lacka 

WILLIAMS THOMAS D, Lackawanna 

Bottlers. 

Prokopovits George, Jones 
Tinsley David, 410 Delaware 

Carpenters and Builders. 

BEAU PRE H J, Delaware cor Lacka- 
wanna (see page 110) 
Brown M D & Co, Lacka 
Carr Brainerd, Dunmore 
GREB CHARLES, Dunmore (see p 106) 
Mitchell S P & Sou, Delaware' 
Schenck & Snook, 225 Hudson 
Thompson H L, P O Box 129 

Carriage Bnilder and Re- 
pairer. 

CAMPBELL W H, Lackawanna 
Cig:ar Mfrs. 

Eadden & Gallagher, 312 I^acka 
Rosner H, Water 

Clothing Dealer. 

Spitz George, Lacka 



Novelties in CLOTHING at 

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Coal Mine. 

Grassy Island Colliery (Horace 
Young, gen man) 

Confectionery and Frnit. 

Bregler J E, 122 Lacka 
Brougan John (Mrs), Lacka 
Fadden E J, 314 Lacka 

Contractors. 

See also Carpenters; also Masons. 

BEAUPR^ H J, Delaware cor Lacka- 
wanna (see pageJllO) 
GREB CHARLES, Dunmore (seep 106) 

Dentist. 

PUGH A L, 203 Lackawanna 

Dining" Room. 

DAVIS D R, 120 Gravity 

Dressmakers. 

Burke Emma, Dunmore 
Butler B (Mrs), Dunmore 
Davis Emily (Miss), Lacka 
Dempsey Maggie, Dunmore 
Fravers O (Mrs), Lacka 
Jones Maggie, Susquehanna 
Loftus Katie, Scotch Hill 
Nealy Tillie, Lacka 

Druggists. 

KELLY L, 306 Lackawanna 
Lloyd Bros, 98 Lacka 
Watkins Thomas W, 202 Lacka 

Drj and Fancy Groods. 

JORDAN JAMES, 401 Dunmore 
MATTHEWS S J, Delaware 
Park J (Mrs), 226 Lacka 

Electric Light Co. 

Olyphant Borough Electric Light 
Co, Race 



Express Co. 

Adams Express Cq, N Y, O & W 
depot 



Fish, Oysters, Etc. 

Edwards William R, 408 Jones 

Furniture Dealers. 

JONES D G, 118 Lackawanna 
Sweeney & Son, 228 Lacka 

General Stores. 

[See also Grocers;, also Dry Goods.] 

Atherton A M & Co, Lacka corner 

Willow 
Chylock George, 112 Jones 
Howard Lawrence, 608 Dunmore 
JORDAN JAMES, 401 Dunmore 
Lynch James J, Delaware 
MATTHEWS S J, Delaware 
Needle M, Jones 
Rogan William, 406 Dunmore 

Grocers. 

Atherton A M & Co, Lacka corner 

Willow 
Basabygr Metz, 117 Race 
Davis D W, Lacka 
Healey William, Dunmore 
JORDAN JAMES, 401 Dunmore 
Lynch James J, Delaware 
McDonald Edward, Delaware 
MATTHEWS S J, Delaware 
Rosenfield B, 220 River 

Gun and Locksmith. 

BONN HENRY & SON, 218 Lacka 

Harness-Maker and Dealer 

HOUSER C W, 200 Lacka (see p 107) 

Horseshoer. 

CSee also Blacksmiths.) 
Campbell W H, Lack 

Hotels.^ 

(See also Liquor-Dealers ) 

American House ' (Thomas ; Patten 
prop), Jones, corJSusquehanna 

Arlington Hotel (Tinsley & Robin- 
son props), 207 Hudson 

ASSEMBLY HOUSE (G W Williams, 
prop) 221 Lackawanna 

Delaware House :(Mp;'0'Halloran 
prop), Delaware 

Eagle Hotel J:(W j; Evans prop), 
Delawjire, cor Lacka 



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Forest House (P H Martin prop), 

543 Delaware 
Lackawanna House ( C P Jones 

prop), 214 Lacka 
Mahon Hotel (William Mahon 

prop) Lacka 
Metropolitan Hotel (John Swallow 

prop), Lacka, cor Delaware 
North End Hotel (Thomas Don- 
nelly prop), 1109 Moosic 
Susquehanna House (George A 

Price prop), 123 Susquehanna 
West End Hotel (J W O'Brien 

prop), Lacka 

Ice Dealer. 

Tinsley Eobert, 

Installment Goods. 

McNulty T J, Delaware 

Olyphaut Hou.sehold Co, 209 Lacka 

Insurance Agents. 

HATHAWAY C M, Lackawanna cor 
Susquehanna 

LENNON JOHN A & CO, 109 Lacka- 
wanna (see page 110) 

Laundry. 

Lee Sam, Delaware 

Liquors, Wines, Etc. 

Adams George, 107 Race 
Bosak Mike, Jones, cor Willow 
Cummiugs M (Mrs), 700 Dunmore 
DAVIS D R, 120 Gravity 
Donnelly Thomas, 1109 Moosic 
Duffy John, 215 Lacka 
Fadden J J, 224 Lacka 
Foczko John, 201 Jones 
Jones T P, 214 Lackawenua 
Kratky Michael, Race 
Mc Andrew John, 310 Lacka 
McGinty John, 128 DelaAvare 
Mahon William, Lacka 
O'Connor John, 1020 Moosic 
O'HALLORAN M J, Delaware 
Pash Harry, 534 Delaware 
Patten Thomas, Jones, cor Susque- 
hanna 
Price George A, 123 Susquehanna 
Roth John, River, cor Jones 
Swallow John, l^ack cor Delaware 
Thorpe William, Moosic 
Weko John, 224 River 
WILLIAMS G W, 221 Lackawanna 



Lumber Dealer. 

Brown M D & Co, Lacka 

Masons and Builders. 

Adair William, Susquehanna 
Collins Patrick, Hudson 
Dempsey John, 606 Dunmore 
Howard Michael, Dunmore 
Williams R R, Susquehanna 

Meat Markets. 

AKERLEV S E, 126 Lacka (see p 46) 
Burnett Joseph, 116 Race 
LAVIN M J, Lackawanna (.see p 110) 
Mason William, .308 Lacka 

Merchant Tailors. 

BECK JOHN, 305 Lackawauua 
BLOCHBERGER CHARLES H. 212 

Lackawanna 
Davis Jacob, 205 Lacka 

Milliners and Millinery (ioods 

Ferguson J (Mrs), 307 Lacka 
O'Connor M A, 315 Lacka 

Music and Musical Instru- 
ments. 

BONH HENRY &. SON, 218 Lacka 
McNulty A F, Lacka 

News Dealer. 

McNulty A F, Lacka 

Newspapers. 

OLYPHANT GAZETTE (weekly), ^W J 
Schubmehl, editor and prop), 
Lackawanna cor Susquehaima 
(see page 110) 

OLYPHANT RECORD (weekly), (James 
W Keuuey, editor and prop), 203 
Ijackawauua [see back col p A] 

Painters and Paper Hangers. 

Drum G W, 208 Lacka 

Smith R M, Delaware cor Joues 



STYLISH CLOTHING AT 

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Painter. 

[Sign and Ornamental.] 
Paddon Thomas, 312 Lacka 

Photographer. 

Williams J R, Willow 

Physicians. 

Crans A F, Lacka 
KELLY L, 306 Lackawanna 
Lloyd W E, 98 Lacka 
Meixell Edwin W, 204 Lacka 
Van Sickle F L, 203 Lacka 

Plumbers. 

[See also Stoves and Tinware Dealers.] 

Lally Bros, Lacka 
IMackey, Matthew, Delaware 
Murphy T h , 312 Lacka 
PATTEN J W, 112 Delaware 

Postoliice. 

Olyphant PostofBce, G J Reese PM, 
Lackawanna, cor Susquehanna 

Printers. 

KENNEDY JAMES W, 203 Lackawanna 

[see back col p A] 
8CHUBMEHL W J, Lackawanna cor 

Susquehanna [see page 110] 

Sewing Machine Agent. 

Loubignac P, 109 Lacka 

Stables, Liyery, Sale and 
Feed. 

Adair William, Susquehanna 
McDonald M F, Dunmore 
Mahon William, Lacka 
Pettigrew, J L, Jones 
Tinsley Van Amburgh, Race 



Stoves and Tinware Dealers. 

Lally Bros, Lacka 
Mackey Matthew, Delaware ' 
Murphy T F. 312 Lacka 
PATTEN J W, 112 Delaware 
Raker M, Jones 



Tea, Coffee and Spices. 

Howard Edward, 300 Lacka 
LACKAWANNA TEA STORE [J F Fad- 
den, manager], Lackawanna 

Telegraph Office. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, X Y, 
O & W Depot 



Theatre. 

F M OPERA HOUSE [H J Beaupre, 
manager], Susquehanna 

Trunks, Bags Etc. 

HOUSER C W, 200 Lacka [see p 107] 

Undertakers. 

JONES D G, 118 Lackawanna 

Sweeney & Son, 228 Lacka 

Tariety Stores. 

Pensak Mayer, 206 River 
Raker K, 120 Jones 
Spatt Jacob, Jones 
Spitz Jacob, Race 
Williams Richard R, Susquehanna, 
cor Race 



Watches, Clocks and Jewelry. 

BONN HENRY &. SON, 218 Lacka 

Hitchler Charles Q (repair), 208 

Lack 
Perlman Abraham, [repairer] Jones 



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Bakery. 

Finnerty John F, River 

Barl)ers. 

Boland J H, Church 
Melvin M G, River 
O'Horo L J, Railroad 
Walsh J J, River 

Blacksmith and Horseslioer. 

BEAUMAN H J, Monroe 

Boot and Slioe Dealer. 

Behl Philip, S Main 

Carpenter and Builder. 
REVELS HENRY, Academy (see p 100) 

Carriage and Wagon Maker. 

BEAUMAN H J, Monroe 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

FOOTE M A (Mrs), River 
COOLICAN MARY (Mrs), N Main 
Gilgallon James, Main 
MONIE THOMAS, River 

Confectionery and Fruit. 

Beck William, River 
COOLICAN MARY (Mrs), N Main 
FOOTE M A (Mrs), River 
Gilgallon James, Main 
Walsh M E, River 

Contractor and Builder. 

REVELS HENRY, Academy (see p 100) 

Druggists. 

FOOTE M A (Mrs), Rivei 
Kinbach William J, River 
MONIE THOMAS, River 



Dressmakers. 

Brown Aggie (Mrs), Church 
Sweeney Mary (Miss), Main 
Walsh Mary (Miss), Main 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 

[See also General Stores.] 

McDonell Patrick, Salem 
Tomlin John, Laurel 
Gerbig A D, River 

Furniture and Undertaker. 

Law Thomas, River 

General Stores. 

Cawley M, Pine 
Healey J & T, River 
Kraft Peter, S Main 
Simpson Jones & Co, River 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

Behle Philip, S Main 

Grocers. 

DoLigher .John M, Hill 
Finnerty John F, River 
McDonell Patrick, Salem 
O'Rourke J J, Church 
Price Mark, S Main 
Tomlin John, Laurel 
HEALY F E, River 

Hardware, Stoves, Etc. 

Bishop Justus, River 
O'Boyle F J, River 

Harness Maker and Dealer. 

Ort Henry, S Main 

Hotels. 

See also I,itiuoi-s and Wines. 

CENTRAL HOTEL ^John J Swift, 
prop), Laurel 

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ARCHBAIiD AND BliAKELY BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



GLOBE HOTEL (P H Swift, prop), 

Main 
Linde House (Christoplier Linde 

prop). River 
MANSION HOUSE (MFCaffrey, prop), 

Main (see page 101) 
Moyles House (Mrs Anthony Moyles 

prop), River, cor Monroe 



Ice Cream Parlor. 
COOLICAN MARY (Mrs), N Main 

Liquors and Wines. 

Ball Wm H, S Main 

Benson George, N Main 

Burke John M, Church 

CAFFREY M F, Main (see page 101) 

Carney Peter, Salem 

Coolican Edward, N Main 

Gilhool James, Church 

Healey J & T, (wholesale). River 

Linde Christopher, River 

Loftus Patrick, Center 

Moyles House (Mrs Anthony Moyles 

prop), River corner Monroe 
O'Hora T F, Railroad 
Propst Peter, Hill 
Scanlon J J, River 
Severn John,, 1 Salem 
Swift M J, Bridge 
SWIFT P H, Main 
Wagner Jocol, S Main 

Masons and Builders. 

REVELS HENRY, Academy [see p 100] 



Meat Markets. 

McHale M J, Church 

Milliners and Millinery Goods 

Brown Aggie (Mrs), Church 
O'Connor Alice (Miss), Wayne 

Merchant Tailor. 

McLaughlin Thomas, Main 

Painters. 

(Sign and Ornamental.) 

BARRETT R J [sign and ornamental], 

Church 
Hausen & Peters, River 
REVELS HENRY, Academy [see p 100] 

Physicians. 
KELLY J J, River 

Postofflce. 

Archbald Postofflce (T P Cosgrove 
Postmaster), Bridge 

Stables. 

Carden John & Son, S Main 

Telegraph Offices. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, D & 
H depot 

Tariety Store. 

Frey E E, Church 



5laK6lii Glassilied Business Directory. 



1893--^ 



Bakery. 

Ward R M, Main 

Barher. 

Price Thomas, Lacka 

Blacksmith. 
HUTGHINGS SAM, Lackawanna 



Books and Stationery. 

Ward R M, Main 

Carpenter and Builder. 

Thomas F D, 412 Third 

Carriage and Wagon Maker 
HUTCHINGS SAM, Lackawanna 



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BLAKELY, DICKSON, .TERMYN BUSINESS DIBECTORY. 



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Coal Mines. 
LACKAWANNA COAL CO [LIm] 

Confectionery and Frnit. 

Delford John H, Maiu 
Ward R M, Main 

Furnitnre Dealer. 

Berry D L, Main 

(ireneral Stores. 

Bartbold E J, Main 
Edward Z D, Main 
LACKAWANNA COAL CO [LIm], [O S 
Johnson, manager], Main 

Iron Foundry. 

McCormack, T F, First 

Liquors and Wines. 

Owens Richard M, Main 



Painters and Paperhangers. 

DAVID OLIVER, Main [see page 89] 
RANKIN GEORGE W, First 

Paints, Oils, Glass and Wall- 
Paper. 

DAVID OLIVER, Main [see page 89] 

Physician. 

CALLENDER J M, Scott 
Van Sickle F L. Main 

Pianos and Organs. 

Delford John H, Main 

Stock Companies. 

[See Stock Companies In Scranton.] 

Undertakers. 

Berry D L, Main 



Dickson Classified Business Directory — 1893-4. 



Confectionery and Fruit. 

Lloyd George W 

Liquors and Wines. 

Gallagher P H 



Postofflce. 

Dickson Postofflce (Thomas Greer 
Postmaster) 

8^"See also Priceburg 



Jermyn Classified Business Directory — 1893-4. 



Bakers 

Humphrey J E, N Main 
Jones Isaac, Main 

Barbers. 

Merrick James, Main 
Murray Walter, N Maiu 

Beef. 

AV holesale. 

Nelson, Morris & Co, N Mam 



Blacksmiths. 

Merrit W H, N Maiu 
Van Kleeck H L, Scott 

Booksellers and Stationery. 

DAVIS S D, N Main [see page 94] 
RENNIE THOMAS, N Main 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

GRIFFITHS T E, N Main 

HELMES CURTIS E, Scott [see p 95] 



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Boot and Shoe Makers and 
Repairers. 

Sullivan M H, N Main 
Wheeler E C, Main 

Carpenters and Bnilders. 

Avery Isaac, Fourth, Rush Brook 
FERGUSON & DOYLE, S Main [see 

page 93] 
Hallstead W E, Third 
Hiller Jacob, Bacon 
Lee C E, Fourth 

TEN N ANT A W, Main [see page 102] 
Wall & Belcher, Third 

Carpet Weavers. 

Harvey William, N Main 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

RENNIE THOMAS, N Main 
WALKEY THOMAS, 225 N Main 

Confectionery and Fruit. 

BORNER LOUIS, N Main 
Dwyer K (Mr8(, 225 N Main 
Gannon Mary (Miss), N Main 

Contractors and Builders. 

(See also Carpenters, also Masons.) 

BELL C L, N Main [see page 100] 
FERGUSON &, DOYLE, S Main [see 

page 93] 
Stone & Park, Third 
TENNANT A W, Main (see p 102) 

Dining Rooms. 

Avery G L, Main 
BUTTERWORTH ALFRED, Main 
COLLINS M S, N Main 

Druggists. 

DAVIS S D, N Main (see p 94) 
Jermyn Pharmacy (J M Graves mgr) 
N Main 



Dry and Fancy Goods. 

See also General Stores. 
McDermott John, Depot 



Flour^ Feed and Grain. 

[See also Genei-al Stores.] 

JERMYN MILLING GO, (E B Jermyn 

mgr) Depot cor B 
SWICK &VAIL, (wholesale) N Main 

(see p 94) 

Flour and Grist Mills. 

HELMES CURTIS E, Scott, (see p 95) 
JERMYN MILLING CO, (E B Jermyn 
mgr) Depot cor B 



Furniture Eealers. 

Battenberg A F A, N Main 
JERMYN READY PAY STORE, (Fred S 
Friend mgr) Main 



General Stores. 

[See also Grocers.! 

JERMYN READY PAY STORE, (Fred S 

Friend mgr) Main 
STOCKER J D & CO, Main 
Walsh James D, N Main 
Williams H A, Main 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

DUNN JAMES, N Main 
GRIFFITHS TE,N Main 

Grocers. 

Baker Walter, N Main 
HELMES CURTIS E, Scott, (see p 95) 
Jones Isaac, Main 
McDermott John, Depot 
Mahon P (Mrs)) Second 
Swick W B, N Main 
STOCKER J D & CO, Main 
Wunk Adam, N Main 

Harnessniaker and Dealer. 
WALKEY THOMAS, 225 N Main 

Hats and Caps. 

[See also General Stores.] 

DUNN JAMES, N Main 
GRIFFITHS T E, N Main 

Hay and Straw. 

JERMYN MILLING CO, (E B Jermyn 
mgr) Depot cor B 



Watches and Jewelry 



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.lERMYN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



219 



SWICK & VAIL, N Main (wholesale, 

see p 94) 

Horseshoers. 

Merritt W H, N Main j 

Vau Kleeck H L, Scott i 

Hotels. 

[See also Liquor Dealers.] 

Forest House (A J Gaviu prop), 

Main 
ONTARIO HOUSE, (Peter Ditmore 

prop) 253 N Main 
Farmers' Hotel (F M Carpenter 

prop), Scott, cor Main 
St George (John H Solomon prop), 

N Main 
Sweeney House (Fred Soby prop). 
Temperance House (Lewis Pizer 

prop), Main 

Laundries. 

Davis T F. Main 

Liquor Dealers. 

[See also Hotels.] 

Avery G L, Main 
BUTTERWORTH ALFRED, Main 
COLLINS M S,N Main 
DITMORE PETER, 253 N Main 
Missett A, 200 Main 
Timlin James, Depot 
White Joseph, B 

Lumber Dealers. 
BELL C L, N Main (see p 100) 

Masons aud Builders. 

[See also Contractors.] 

BELL C L, N Main (see p 100) 
Stone & Park (stone), Third 

Meat Markets. 

Bunt Richard, N Main 
Hill William O, 229 N Main 
JERMYN READY PAY STORE, (Fred S 

Friend mgr) Main 
Merret W H, Scott 
Prior Walter, L 
STOCKER J D & CO, Main 
Walters George E, Main 

Merchant Tailor. 

Allen James, Main 



Milliners and Millinery Ooods 

Gill F R (Mrs), Main 
Harris M (Mrs), N Main 

Music and Musical Instru- 
ments. 

RENNIE THOMAS, N Main 

Newspaper. , 

THE PRESS, (weekly, Thomas Boua- 
dy editor and publisher) N Main, 

(see p 94) 

Painters and Paper Hangers. 

Brougall William, Cemetery 
Cuningham P G, B 
ROBERTS THOMAS, Second (seep 94) 
Tennant & Davis, Second 

Patent Medicines. 

HELMES CURTIS E, Scott, (seep 95) 

Photographers. 

Cramer A L, N Main 

Physicians. 

.DAVIS S D, N Main (see p 94) 
Graves I S, N Main 
Manly P C, N Main 

Planing Mills. 

BELL C L, N Main (see p 100) 

Plumber, Steam and Gas Fit- 
ter. 

BELL C L, N Main (see p 100) 

Postolfice. 

Jermyn Postoffice (Thomas Walkej 
Postmaster), 225 N Main 

Stables. 

Betts & Tiftany, N Main 
Pizer LeAvis, Main 

Teas, Colte«s and Spices. 

Eastlake George, 238 N Main 

Telegraph Office. 

Western Union Telegrapli Co, D & 
H depot 



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JERMYN AND MAYFIELD BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Trunks, Bags Etc. 

WALKEY THOMAS, 22-5 N Main 

Toys and Fancy Goods. 

BORNER LOUIS, N Main 



Undertakers. 

Battenberg A F A, N Main 

Watches and Jewelry Re- 
pairer. 

Carpenter D B, N Main 



MayMd Classified Business Directory — 1893-4. 



Barbers. 

McCarthy Peter, Poplar 

Blacksmiths. 

Coleman Thomas Lacka 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

PICK MIKE, Hill 

NEARY MATTHEW G, Lackawanna 

Spitz S, Hill 

Boot and Shoe Mkr. and Kpr. 
eORDNER J R, Main 

Brick Dealers. 

TIFFANY A E, opposite D & H depot 
(see page 102) 

Builders' Hardware. 

TIFFANY A E, opposite D & H depot 

(see page 102) 

Carpenters and Builders. 

TIFFANY A E, opposite D & H depot 
(see page 102) 

Clothing Dealer. 

Spitz S, Hill 

Contractors. 

TIFFANY A E, opposite D & H depot 
(see page 102) 

Druggists. 

Graves Bros, Poplar 



Dry and Fancy Goods. 

NEARY MATTHEW G, Lackawanna 

General Stores. 

Hart T M, Lacka 
MENDLESON DAVID, Hill 
PLACE A M, Poplar 
Shalanta Alex, Hill 
Simpson & Watkins, Lac'; a 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

FICK MIKE, Hill 

NEARY MATTHEW G, Lackawanna 

Grocers. 

Brennan Thomas, Lacka 

Hotels. 

Columbia House (J O Sullivan 

prop), Lacka 
MAYFIELD HOUSE (E F Edmunds, 

prop), Lackawanna cor Chestnut 

(see page 101) 
TRACTION HOUSE (John Quinn, 

prop), Lackawanna 

Li(j[uors and Wines. 

Cricouno Alfred, Main 

EDMUNDS E F, Lackawanna corner 

Chestnut (see page 101) 
Macf James, Lacka 
Marley Michael, Poplar 
MENDLESON DAVID, Hill 
GUINN JOHN, Lackawanna 

Meat Markets. 
MENDLESON DAVID, Hill 



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Paints, Oils, and Grlass. 

TIFFANY A E, opposite D <t H depot 

(see page 102) 



Pliysician. 

Scanlon E F Poplar 

Planing Mills. 

TIFFANY A E, opposite D & H depot 
(see page 102) 



Postofflce. 

Mayfield Postofflce (W J Bregan 

P M), E Main, cor N Main 

Scroll Sawing and Turning. 

TIFFANY A E, opposite D & H depot 
(see page 102) 

Telegraph Office. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, D & 
H depot 

Watch and Jewelry Repairer. 

Putney C E, Main 



Priceburg Classified Business Directory — 1 893-4. 



Barber. 

Moses William E, Main 

Blacksmiths. 

Ollendick Jacob, Storrs av 

Boot and Shoe Mkr. and 11 pr. 

Jacobowitz Jacob, Main 

Brewery. 

Hryden E S, Main 

Carpenters. 

Snyder C D, Dundaft' 
Weiland George W, Main cor Lin- 
coln 

Coal Mines. 

JERMYN JOHN, (mines 8 and 4) 

Confectionery and Fruit. 

Hudson Thomas, Main 
Norton William, Main 
Owens David L, Main 

Dressmaker. 

McGowan Sarah (Miss), Main 



Druggists. 

Billheimer J J, 72 Main 
Kennedy W P, Main 



General Stores. 

GOODMAN & WEISS, Main 
Griffin W C, Boulevard av 
Hilwig George, Main 
JERMYN JOHN, Main 
Sieredski Alex, Main 



Lumher Dealer. 

Weilan4i^3reorge W, Main cor lAu- 
coln 

Mason and Builder. 

Snyder W T, Main 

Hotels. 

Central Hotel (J S Lloyd prop). 

Boulevard 
Fadden's Hotel (M J Fadden prop), 

Mai n 
FOREST CASTLE HOTEL(WmrErbe, 
prop), Main (see page 89) 
. Grove House (James Twiss prop), 
I Main 

I Overland House (John Pressman 
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PRICEBURG AND PECKVILLE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Suburban Hotel (Thomas Logan 

prop), Main 
Wayne House (Fallon Brjan prop), 

Main 

Liquor Dealers. 

See also Hotels. 

Balajszis Frank, Main 
Koehler S K, Main 
6RAB0WSKI FRANK, Main 
O'Connor P J, Lincoln 
Smith William, Main 
VIELAZIENSKI JOHN, Main 



Miller John T, Boulevard av 
Weisberger, W B, Main 



Physicians. 

Belheimer J J, 72 Main 
Kennedy W P, Main 



Postofflee. 

Priceburg Postoffice (W C Griffin 
Postmaster), Boulevard av 



Meat Markets. 

GELATT BROS, Main 



Watch aud Jewelry Repairer 

Moses William E, Main 



Peckville Classified Business Directory — 1 893-4. 



Artist. 

WALSH T F, (P O box 16), residence 
Church, Jessup (see p 106) 



Barhers. 

SECOR D, Lackawanna 
Williams George, Lacka 



Blacksmiths and Horseshoer. 

HOFFECKER H H, Main (see p 106) 
Shadier Edward, Main 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 

BELL GEORGE A, 626 Main (see inside 

back cover) 
KETCHUM W F, 548 Main 



Boot and Shoe Mkr. and Rpr. 
TAYLOR R J (agent), Main (see p 108) 

Carpenters and Builders. 

Barber E A, Hickory 
Bates George L, Brook 



Carriage and Wagon Builder 
and Repairer. 

HOFFECKER H H, Main (see page 106) 

Cigars and Tobacco. 
TAYLOR R J (agent), Main (see p 108) 

Coal Mines. 

Blue Ridge Coal Co, Lacka 
New Yor.i & Scranton Coal Co, 
Maple cor North 

Confectionery and Fruit. 

GREiNER E E & SON, Main 
Swingle A A, Main 

Curtain Hanger. 

TRAVISS Z P, 715 Hickory (see inside 
back cover) 

Decorator. 

WALSH T F, (P O box 16), residence 
Church, Jessup (see p 106) 

Dining Rooms. 
GREINER E E & SON, Main 



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Doors, 8ash and Blinds. 

Peck Lumber Mfj? Co, Lacka 

Dressmakers. 

Oakley Myra (Mrs), Main 
gayre H M (Mrs), Main 

Druggists. 

Bloes W S, Main 
WATKINS W W, 606 Main 

Dry and Fancy Goods. 

KETCHUM W F, o4S Main 

Flonr and Grist Mills. ' 

NYHART J T, Mill 
Iloberts Bros, 607 Main 

Gents' Furnishing Goods. 

BELL GEORGE A, 626 Main (see inside 

back cover) 
KETCHUM W F, 548 Main 

General Stores. 

BELL GEORGE A, 626 Main (see inside 

back cover) 
MORGAN STORE CO (Lim), Lacka 
Shaffer & Kizer, 109 Lacka 
Peckville Store Co (Lim), Maple, 

cor North 

Grocers. 

BELL GEORGE A, 626 Main (see inside 

back cover) 
Bell, William, N Main 
KREINER E E & SON, Main 
MORGAN STORE CO (Lim), Lacka 
Roberts iiros, 607 Main 

Harnessmaker and Dealer. 

TAYLOR R J (agent). Main (see page 
108) 

Hay and Straw. 

MYHART J T, Mill 



Hotel. 

Harrison House (C S Doud prop), 
Main 



Insurance Agent. 

Arnold S W, 624 Main 

Lumber. 

Peck Lumber Mfg Co, Laclia 

Meat Markets. 

Frear William, 109 Brown 
Brundage, A W, Lacka 
GREINER E E & SON, Main 
Hurd, F J, Academy 
Mains H E, Academy 
Seip J H, Lacka 

Milliners and Millinery Goods 

Budd William (Mrs), 546 Main 
Hestell J M & L J, Lacka 

Painters. 

HOFFECKER H H, (carriage), Main 

(see page 106) 
WALSH T F, (P O box 16), residence 

Church, Jessup (see p 106) 
TRAVISS Z P, 715 Hickory (see inside 

back cover) 

Pianos and Organs. 

Bt&Ms H, 609 Main 

Sewing Machine Agent. 

Stage S H, 609 Main 

Paints, Oils, and Glass. 

WATKINS W W, 606 Main 

Physicians. 

Beck J W, 622 Main 
Grovej- J B, Main 
Siekler J B, Main 

Plumber and Steam Fitter. 

Arnold S W, 624 Main 

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Stable. 

Resseguie () F, Lack a 

Stock Companies. 

MORGAN STORE CO (Lim), Lacka. N 

E Rice pres, F P Christian sec, F 

H demons treas 
Peck Lumber Mfg €0, Lacka, J W 

Peck pres, E S Peck sec and treas. 
Blue Ridge Coal Co, Lacka. J N 

Rice pres, H C Reynolds sec, F H 

demons treas. 



Peckville Store Co (Lim), Maple, cor 
North. John B Kerr pres, E B 
Sturges treas, W W Patterson sec. 

New York and Scran ton Coal Co, 
Maple cor North. E B Stursres 
pres, John B Kerr vice pres, WW 
Patterson sec and treas. 

Stores and Tinware. 

Arnold S W, 624 Main 

Watches, Clocks and Jewelry 

Bloes W S, Main 
Stage S H, 609 Main 



Winton Borough Classified Business Directory — 1893-4. 



Artists. 

WALSH T F, Church (see page 106) 

Boot and Slioe Maker and 
Repairer. 

Lorey John, Lacka 

Fnrnitnre Dealer and Un- 
dertaker. 

Kimback J H & Co, Lacka 
Grocers. 



Miles John, Railroad 
Rogan P F, Church 
Rowan John, Gallagher 
Sweeney J J, Clarkson av 



Hotel. 

Gilmartin House (P B Gilmartin 
prop), Lacka 

Liquors and Wines. 

Daniel Mike, Milet ar 
Farrell James, Gallagher 



Gallagher Michael, Lacka 
Godfrey T F, Church 
Hisnock Mike 
Jennings Patrick, Church 
Lanagan Joseph, Lacka, cor Rail- 
road 
Macks J F, Hill 
Marymack John, Hill 
McGinnis Anthony, Lacka 
Redington T F, Church 
Ward John, Railroad 
Welsh P S, Church 



Merchant Tailor. 

AYRES A A, Lackawanna 

Painter and Decorator. 
WALSH T F, Church (see page 106) 

Stores and Tinware. 

Squire E W, Lacka 

Telegraph Office. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, D 
H depot 



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Winton Classified Business Directory — 1893-4. 



Oeneral Stores. 

Mt Jessup Coal Co (Lim) 
Riverside Coal Co 
Winton & Co 

Hotel. 

Par; House (\I J Cawley prop) 



Postoffice. 

Winton Postoffice (J H Schuerr 
Postmaster) 



Stock Companies. 

See Scrantoii Stock Companies. 



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